Why do some people hate the USA? Is Ron Paul right about Isolationism?

How is it our fault that most countries have a shitty military and can't defend themselves? People in India like to talk about how much they hate the USA, but the only thing India ever includes in their foreign policy is their desire for war and conquest of countries like Pakistan. How does that make them superior when all they do is urge for war and conquest when their growing population can't even feed themselves let alone find a place to live? We give out food and money for free to countries we don't even like ... maybe these pigs are jealous? I'm sick and f'ing tired of it. Ron Paul is a psycho from my liberal perspective, but he is right about one thing. We need to let the rest of the world worry about itself and pull out of all foreign policy entirely. Isolationism is the answer. What do you think?

Asked By: Chosen1 - 12/20/2011
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"I strongly believe in the principle of peaceful civil disobedience," Paul begins in a chapter on that subject. "Those who resist the state nonviolently, based on their own principles, deserve our support," he says. But when it comes to mostly poor foreigners who break immigration laws that straightforwardly violate... More
Answered By: Mr Natural - 12/20/2011
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They hate the USA because they are jealous
Answered By: Adrian Vazquez - 12/20/2011
He's completely right. We've been become arrogant bullies in the world.
Answered By: A-Rod Namikaze - 12/20/2011
They don't let psycos in the military and they don't let them be doctors. However they do let them post anonymously on Yahoo answers. If a nation is isolationist simply because it does not want to put military bases all over the world, then every country but us is isolationist.
Answered By: Roadrunner - 12/20/2011
A-Rod is right, we've endorsed a "might is right" principle. We Americans own everything and everyone simply because we're strongest, at least that's what some people believe and what others are eventually led to believe... More
Answered By: Santiago - 12/20/2011
Ron Paul doesn't want Isolationism, he's in favour of non-interventionism, which is not the same as isolationism.
Answered By: Mike W - 12/20/2011
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