Sorry cuz, wrong person. This isn't the first time you and some others here compare Guyana with the United States. As I said before, you CANNOT compare Apples and Oranges. To compare something to another there has to be some shared standard to measure each. One example, you're trying to compare a country who can't defend itself militarily to another that has assumed the responsibility of policing the world. Slow down and think a little. A few months ago you were trying to compare the Health Systems.
You may wiggle but you caught in a trap. I am not comparing the entire US to Guyana, just one aspect, its approach to allocation of budget, a balanced approach, rather than rushing to only solving issues such as poverty, failing schools etc.