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Where would you prefer to born?

USA 116 32.22%
 
Europe 244 67.78%
 
Total:360
USA since 2/3ds of my property is either illegal or would be shunned or taxed to death in Europe...

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Europe any day, no way I'd want to live in the country of the hypocrites.

Well, I would rather like to live in most European countries as in USA but there are also countries where I would choose USA. It depends which country, Europe isn't a country and even in the EU, there are big differences in as example the culture. 



i live in switzerland and kinda happy about this :D

I think i could live anywhere, but i prefere some europeen country where they help poor ppl to have a decent live, and not let's them die without a house outside...



Exdeath i agree europe sux in that regard.

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Well europe is good for have nots or people who are just too lazy to work..

But europe also punishes success and risk takers, i appreciate us Way more in that regard

I mean in siwtzerland the taxes are probably ok, but in germany People have to Pay the highest taxes, its crazy

CEO of the company I work for once told us that being born in the US is the equivalent of winning the lotto and that we should all be very grateful rather than constantly complain about everything, becauause there are much worse places where could have been born.

Yes, us US guys bitch and moan about a lot of things.

He is right though IMO and I wouldn't trade it for anything. So I would still choose to be born here, in the greatest country in the world.



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Euphoria14 said:

CEO of the company I work for once told us that being born in the US is the equivalent of winning the lotto and that we should all be very grateful rather than constantly complain about everything, becauause there are much worse places where could have been born.

Yes, us US guys bitch and moan about a lot of things.

He is right though IMO and I wouldn't trade it for anything. So I would still choose to be born here, in the greatest country in the world.

He stole that from a famous quote by Cecil Rhodes (De Beers founder, links to Rothschild) from the 1800's

"To be born English is to win first prize in the lottery of life"

It was certainly true back then, I'm not sure any country can say that any more including the US (despite the US being probaly one of only three or four countries I could see myself living in other than England).  I visit the US every year and I love the place.  But it has its faults like any country.  its pluses far outweigh its faults however.  A few days in New York followed by a stay in Florida again for me in May.  Love it.



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