I know the smaller countries have a hard time sending large amounts of military and financial aid, but most European countries take care of their people better than the US- Congress is so tied up trying to make themselves look like they're doing great things, but this country has major problems that aren't being handled well- food insecurity, housing, education, mental health and public safety. If the education system and mental health were dealt with in a more substantial and effective way, the others would improve greatly. If Congress would put money where it's needed, rather than shoveling it to their pet projects, this country would be in much better condition. That's what concerns me, not helping other countries.
The US national debt has skyrocketed to more than $31 TRILLION dollars. It's supposed to be limited to a certain percentage of GDP and it's well beyond that- the rampant spending without Congress trying to operate with something remotely close to a balanced budget is what I was referring to. Still, the fact that the US is spending more than $68B has to count, especially since there's such a thin line between the US and Russia WRT what constitutes an act of war and what doesn't. Listen to and read Putin's comments- he usually says that anything coming from outside of Ukraine and the actions of Ukraine are acts of aggression- who invaded whom, anyway?
It will be good when Putin is gone, but it's hard to know how that will happen and who will suffer as he goes, WRT the additional carnage he will cause.