Put It On My Tab

The United States owes billions to Japan, yet it is donating money to them for earthquake and tsunami relief.

5 thoughts on “Put It On My Tab

  1. Were the United States government to stop wasting one million million (10^12) USD annually on the country’s bloated military and its continual wars of aggression, it might be able to pay off both its external and its internal debts, renew its failing infrastructure, and, for example, contribute to helping Japan rebuild after the earthquake/tsunami/nuclear disaster. That would, of course, require something of an earthquake/tsunami in domestic politics, which makes the prospect rather unlikely….

    Henri

  2. And, the US aided Japan quicker after the tsunami than it aided Mississippi after Katrina. And, I’ll make the wager that if Venezuela offers to help Japan that Japan will accept the help.

  3. No harm done, I guess. On point: the broke US government should not be playing charitable friend anywhere. It’s a relief it isn’t dropping bombs on Japan, though (at least this time around).

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