Thats a rather cynical thing to say.
The US is the grandaddy of realpolitik (remember the Kissinger era?) and seldom makes deals if it doesn't stand to gain in some way. This deal can be a winner for both parties but it needs working, as usual.
Besides, cheer up. India is an anglophone nation and the english speaking nations have seldom let down uncle sam (OK< count out Canada during the Iraq war) when push came to shove. Now more than ever, India and the US are going to take the same path and I hope in time, a generation down the line, India will be as allied with us as the US and Aus. are now. China, Russia, France or Germany certainly wont.
Oops, that should be UK and Aus.
/Typo. My bad.
In fact, if anyone cared enough to read the leftist anti-American cesspol propagandas, they will find that each time when the US and country X signs an agreement to do something, "Country X sells out to the US on issue Y and it gains minimal/nothing in return!" If you trust the MSMs of these countries, you would have thought the US gains everything and Country X nothing.
Trust me, I have read enough of the leftist tripes, from the anti-American noisy people in Taiwan, to the Australian Hard Left in Australia, to the hardcore Greens in Germany.
I wouldn't "certainly" count France + Germany out. They're still in NATO, and both have troops in Afghanistan. Germany has the most after the US, I believe.
Germany + America = friends.
France, too, except they are friends we have a lot of disagreements with.