Why does the USA interfere in the politics of every country?

India
December 21, 2006 12:26am CST
Right from the problems of India and Pakistan, to the war in Lebanon, the USA has its nose poking in every world-wide issue. It is by-far the most nosy country ever. And their superpower status is nothing but a result of their ridiculous habit of interfering in issues that are of no concern to them, apart from some vested interests. And this has been their tactic right since the world wars. I am waiting to see the decline of USA from world politics.
3 responses
@MrNiceGuy (4148)
• United States
21 Dec 06
How much good does the US do? What about them being the #1 contributor to foreign aid? There is a lot of unfounded hatred towards the USA from Europe that probably has something to do with arrogance and jealousy. The US isn't a terrible place full of arrogant people. ANd if the US were so bad, how come everyone wants to come here?
@estherlou (5026)
• United States
21 Dec 06
Our intention has always been to help those who were being beaten up by bullies or who couldn't help themselves or protect themselves. As much as we've been misunderstood and sometimes condemned for it, sometimes some of us feel what's the use...except we just can't stand by and watch someone helpless get taken advantage of!
• Canada
21 Dec 06
I think it has a lot do with with the arrogant presumption that they can rule the world. We all know they want to. I don't hate Americans, but I don't agree what some stand for. I don't agree with a lot of things the country does but it's unfair to blame all Americans for the government's actions.