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The U.S. is formally pledged to give upwards of $35 million in relief, compared to the EUís $40 million and Japanís $30 million. And when you compare the tsunami aid with spending on the Iraq war, for which Congress has appropriated $80 billion-plus, our contribution is peanuts. Even compared with this year's Wall Street bonuses, totaling $15.9 billion, it seems piddling.
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NeoCon Wrote the following on 12/31/2004 00:06 AM :
As long as the money goes straight to the victims. If it's funneled through the UN beaurcracy it will never reach the victims.


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