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8-03-2011 @ 6:46PM
America (and a multitude of other countries, mostly the G8 ones) have more than enough resources to help their own people.The simple fact is: it's cheaper and easier to avoid the problem and sweep it under a rug, so to speak, rather than deal with it. While Japan isn't a fantastic example of a country that has little enough as is, suffice to say there are countries (and some areas of Japan, now) where basic necessities are the name of the game, not "buy poor Americans/Brits/Germans/French a new fridge."
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