Austrailia is number two. I find that interesting. If I had time I’d like to analyze the criteria they used, but I suspect it is like the WHO list regarding quality of health care that puts the US way down the list.
posted on 01/22/2013 8:43:11 AM PST
by cuban leaf
(Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
Can you please give this info to the illegals that are here and leaflet south of the border with this info?
posted on 01/22/2013 8:58:24 AM PST
(A dog may bite you in the ass,but it will never stab you in the back.)
But America was such a horrible place to live after years of Reaganomics. /S
posted on 01/22/2013 9:10:48 AM PST
(You can't kill an Obamazombie by destroying the brain...they didn't have one to begin with.)
The U.S. is still far and away (even with the present Marxist in the Oval Office) the best country in the world to be born. Because the U.S. is still the best place where an average person can realize their dreams and live their life without the heavy hand of government telling them when to breathe and when not to. At least at the present. More presidents like Obama and we'll be somewhere on the level of those Euro states who meekly take orders from their masters in government and turn over most of their income to the state so others can have off 60 sick days a year or whatever reason.
Most of these lists of best countries have the premise that the country where the government "gives" the most to the average citizen are the best countries. In short, the countries where the citizen is just a cog in the machinery are considered great places to live. Not for me, thank you very much.
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