Yes, we should send help at the expense of more money to our dept
No, we should be trying to lower the dept instead
Maybe, i like the idea of helping, but we should find an alternate means if here is one
https://www.devex.com/en/news/analys...-request/80681The delivery of food aid, for instance, would look different, channeled more effectively and swiftly into three programs, including a planned $75 million emergency food assistance fund, all managed by the U.S. Agency for International Development. The proposed transition, is being backed by large international humanitarian groups like CARE and Oxfam International.
Funding for USAID would rise slightly next year under the proposal, to $1.57 billion, from $1.52 billion in 2012 and $1.53 billion in the sequestered 2013 budget, while military operations, in form of overseas contingency operations, would be slashed by $184 million, down to $71 million.
(I've no idea the source's creds)
I would say yes, but then again I also think it should be up to us citizens to send personal aid and physically go on aid trips to also help out the Philippines. We shouldn't depend on our government for philanthropy.
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