Letter to the President

(Part 2)

 

Firstly, the aggregate amount that the United States spends on defense would lessen, while the net security garnered would increase. And secondly, this organization, being international, would be the product of every member state. Responsibility would be collective.

However, one very important stipulation must be noted. It is absolutely imperative that the United States submit to In 2003, the United States took in $1,952,000,000,000 from federal income tax returns. Out of this sum, $404,900,000,000 was specially budgeted for Defense Functions. In contrast, in that same year the federal government spent $8,201,000 on the national food stamp program (US Census Bureau, p. 315, 327, and 361).

-Spend more to support UN spend less on defense
-Spend more on domestic social programs
-Send more on international development, not aid, but development to make less wealthy nations able to sustain themselves

 

 

Letter to the President