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Will someone please explain why elimination of aid to Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador, etc. will not increase the hardships driving people North?

Asked by stanleybmanly (24123points) April 3rd, 2019 from iPhone

Won’t turning the screws merely further open the taps?

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

Man you missed it @stanleybmanly just start thinking like “ole orange hair”; you beat them in to submission and show them who the real dictator is, I mean really you missed it ! !

It is no hardship to him at Mar-a-Lago!

stanleybmanly's avatar

Thanks for reminding me Like the Lord Himself, the stable genius works in mysterious ways His wonders to perform!

Demosthenes's avatar

It’s just a bluff.

Dutchess_lll's avatar

He’s a bully.

gondwanalon's avatar

Perhaps it would force the United Nations to do something to help.

Dutchess_lll's avatar

Is America in a nose dive?

Tropical_Willie's avatar

The “auto-pilot” is pushing the nose DOWN and it is what “ole orange hair” wants so he can “save the country” by become dictator for life.

seawulf575's avatar

I guess the first question I would have to ask is: is the aid really going to help the people or line the pockets of the leaders and their cronies? Let’s be honest…it is likely that the federal aid we send is not making it to the people. So stopping it is likely not going to make a bit of difference to the poor people in that country.

MrGrimm888's avatar

^There’s no doubt that the aid doesn’t always get where it needs to be, but some does.

It would be foolish to assume that making circumstances worse, wouldn’t drive more people to leave those countries.

flutherother's avatar

If you apply Trump logic to a few selected Trump facts you can believe anything you like and the world will become a much simpler place.

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