Well said, Tweety.
This constant back and forth about which country is giving more, and basing the "generosity" on sole numbers only, without looking at the whole picture is short-sighted and unintelligent. To a dual income family, for example, "x" amount of dollars could very well be very generous considering their circumstances, though the actual amount may be less than a single income family donated. In other words, just because there are two income earners (=larger economy) doesn't mean that automatically they are in a position to give a larger dollar amount.
This kind of bickering reminds me of those pompous church-goers who sit in the front pew, give huge donations to the church but yet are the meanest people around and really only donate not to help, but make themselves look good.