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Mayor of quake-hit Amatrice, Italy: Residents are buried under debris. Should the United States government send aid?

  • Yes, the United States government should send aid to help the quake victims of Amatrice, Italy.

    Yes, the United States government should send aid and resources to Amatrice, Italy to show a commitment to helping neighboring countries and residents of these countries. By sending aid, the United States is showing that it is willing to sacrifice to help victims of tragedy for the greater good in good faith.

  • The United States should send aid to Italy

    The United States should send aid to Amatrice, Italy, where a large earthquake hit. The aid should be in the form of relief supplies, manpower, and money. It is the right thing to do from a humanitarian , and Italy has been an ally of the United States. It also helps the country's reputation.

  • Yes, the United States government should send aid.

    Yes, the United States government should send aid. Many people have been buried under the rubble - if something like this happened in the United States, other countries would no doubt send aid. With some of the strongest relief organizations in the world, it would be terrible if we didn't help other countries with the aftermath of natural disasters.

  • It is not our problem.

    The United States of America is one of the most hated countries in the world but for some reason everybody looks at us for help. Sticking our noses in other country's problems have been the root of most of our problems. We seem to be more preoccupied with other country's problems then the problems that are going on right here in this country.


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