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Yes, and focus on preserving natural rights of the individual as well as assisting the people in times of disaster, or need. Additionally, the United Nations should focus on progressing human civilization, and expanding efforts towards peace and... 6 years ago from a Democrat in Wichita, KS
Yes - but base involvement on the political environment presented by member nations. If the UN starts endangering US interests or security, the our support should be withdrawn proportionally. 6 years ago from a Republican in Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL
The presence and influence of the U.N., involving America, needs to be drawn down or completely dissolved. No U.N. office or member should be allowed to have influence over American lifestyle or civilian laws. 6 years ago from a Libertarian in Leo, IN
I think that by scaling back our support it will allow other countries to get more involved so that the United Nations can become the organization it is intended to be instead of being majorly financially supported by the United States. 6 years ago from a Republican in Medford, OR
Most United Nations bureaucrats, just like most US bureaucrats, are mass murderers and accomplices of mass murder, and should be arrested, tried, and executed. Obviously, the US bureaucrats won't do that, since they're part of the evil lot. 6 years ago from a Libertarian in Englewood Cliffs, NY
The U.N. should be scaled up far more and should become the true power that it was meant to be. Instead of the United States policing the world there should be a U.N. military that allows all peoples to join. 6 years ago from a Green in Wichita, KS