There are 8.4 million starving already. The UN warns there could be another 10 million by the end of the year. The population of Yemen is 27.58 million.
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I wonder who I should vote for in November so that we stop giving oodles and oodles of money to the Saudis?
Probably whoever is most likely to fund programs that are likely decrease our dependence on foreign oil? That won't happen quickly enough to save Yemen, though.
Obama offered the Saudis $115 billion in weapons.So, I'm not sure your point is a salient one. Sure, anything that hurts oil hurts KSA in the super long term, but in the short term they aren't hurting for guns or customers for their oil.
So, I'm not sure your point is a salient one. Sure, anything that hurts oil hurts KSA in the super long term, but in the short term they aren't hurting for guns or customers for their oil.