Let's take care of ourselves, and screw the rest of the world.
While a city is underwater, listen to the douchebags of the world and their $0.02:
"A modern metropolis sinking in water and into anarchy -- it is a really cruel spectacle for a champion of security like Bush," France's left-leaning Liberation newspaper said. Obviously forgetting that New Orleans is CREOLE!!
"(Al Qaeda leader Osama) bin Laden, nice and dry in his hideaway, must be killing himself laughing."
A female employee at a multinational firm in South Korea said it may have been no accident the U.S. was hit.
"Maybe it was punishment for what it did to Iraq, which has a man-made disaster, not a natural disaster," said the woman, who did not want to be named as she has an American manager. (I hope s/he finds out, and fires you on account of being an überdouche.)
"A lot of the people I work with think this way. We spoke about it just the other day," she said.
So kids, after pouring billions into the aid of other countries, we're getting donations in the thousands from wealthy countries like Japan. (As a reference, the Yankees, a baseball team for crying out loud, have given a million). Your charity is a backslap.
So let's take care of ourselves
America, and screw the rest of the world.
Neutrality. Our policy is to neither aid nor threaten any country. Think of what our economy would be like if we didn't waste our tax money funding other countries. Stop being the world's police officer.
Our only policy.. you attack us, we nuke your country off the map
. Don't, and we'll get along splendidly. Osama bin Laden and Mohammed Atta would have had to reconsider if they knew that 9/11 would have had a retaliatory strike that would have turned their homelands into glass bowls. Not that there would be any reason, we would have not been involved assisting Israel anyway (and if you believe that the terrorists were after us simply because they hate our freedom, I just can't help you). We'll move our seat in the UN to the back, pat our fat wallets, and muse about the profit margins of allowing Microsoft and Wal-Mart to merge and buy a 51% share of France...
And rename it Doucheland. (heh heh, sorry Germany!) ;)