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If you choose to leave the United States, what country would you prefer to live in next?

Why?

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sweetcharlotte 8 July 25

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Brazil - the women. ?

Uuufff...yeah !!!! você está absolutamente correto !!!!! ??

For the women, anywhere on this planet.

@jlynn37 oh buddy you're wrong on this one.... ?

@IamNobody Your opinion is noted as is mine.

@jlynn37 of course, it's all in good spirits here ?

@IamNobody Good spirits.. I'll drink to that. ?

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Although I am half Japanese, and I love Japan to visit, I would not go there to live. I would go to Panama or Spain...I do speak Spanish...and I like warm weather...I have looked at the immigration policies of other countries and could go to many of them since I would not be a drain on them and have certain required skills, but, to be honest, I have lived everywhere and I love the USA the best. I am staying and fighting for us until the very end.

@OlderMusicGeek It would be so easy for me to just sit back and enjoy my retirement in utter bliss and comfort but the thought of leaving and not helping those who cannot speak for themselves and the younger generation makes me sick to my stomach and is not who I am, so yeah, I am staying and fighting for the next group...they better step up to the plate, because if not, I might just leave and say to hell with them...

@OlderMusicGeek I have high hopes that they will indeed pay more attention and get active...it took the Vietnam war for me to be active at that age and we changed our world, so yeah...I support them and will do so as long as I can

@sweetcharlotte If I truly thought things would get that bad, I would probably go to southern Spain...I have been eyeing that area for some time as a retirement place anyway...but for now, it is PA and then NC...good old USA...

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Italy...

@sweetcharlotte you will?

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Canada because I can drive there.

I would definitely welcome you!

@pixiedust oh you're so sweet, I would love to try to come up to Canada this next summer.

@Sheannutt Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island are especially nice in summer.

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I have said this before.... I would go to Bangkok in Thailand to drink and party my way to my grave at Sukhumvitt soi 4....... I am empty nester, I might just do that some day. Just so we are clear, It has absolutely nothing to do with politics, I love this country no matter what.

Love America right or wrong. When it's right keep it right, when it's wrong make it right.

@jlynn37 I love 'Merica !! Bangkok it's more like a retirement plan... that's where the party is at !!!

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Can't get my money in Cuba... lived in 3 European countries and liked a lot all of them.... Somewhere near a party town in the Mediterranean Sea... any of the Baleares Islands.... though I am mellow out enough to rent me a flat in Buenos Aires just for the Tango... just the Tango. "Assasination Tango" anyone? Robert Duval in real life married his tango teacher in the movie. Little known fact about him... he likes dancers, so he is alright with me.

Great movie, Great town. I loved working there.

@bigpawbullets Damn lucky you... Of all the spanish accents... just talking women... Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Andalucia.

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We are Americans, stay and fix it! I don’t want to leave becausd the going gets tuff. I’m struggling to think of another country I would want to live in, permanently. If I had to pick in the next 3 seconds the UK, I know people there, they speak English and it’s an easy place to be a vegan.

I like your attitude on this -- It's not time to bolt for the door yet. Let's see what happens after the mid terms.

That's right fuck him. I'm staying he is leaving.

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Nowhere else. I've lived in Japan, New Zealand, Australia. Visited England and Scotland, and most of Europe. USA is the place to be, even now with how it is collapsing.

What did you find not so great about Japan?. I’ve been there about 10 times for weeks and months at a time but have never lived there for an extended period. My wife who is Japanese and I are thinking of leaving my well to do business here in the USA and move to Tokyo. Just wondering what you encountered that wasnt better than the USA ?

@Bear1 I liked Japan. Just a little overcrowded. And expensive. Really interesting from a cultural perspective. Also, if I recall correctly, I don't think I saw a clear blue sky once. We lived in Miyazaki.

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I'm not in the United States but can I leave too?

ipdg77 Level 8 July 25, 2018
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England or Scotland

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Sweden I like that language and the culture and the food

Me, too.

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Italy or New Zealand.

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New Zealand

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Somewhere in Scandinavia

Yanya Level 7 July 25, 2018
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New Zealand

gearl Level 7 July 25, 2018
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I have only been to border towns in Mexico and Canada. In Canada culture and language wouldn't be a problem. So Canada would be my choice.

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New Zealand, Germany, UK, or Ireland.

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Spain - (OK, OK, I'm Irish but I want to join in).

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Every time I left the United states so far I've come back to England.

If I stopped living in England I'd like to try Canada, Malta or the Netherlands.

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Id Live in England, . . . Hey wait a minute . . I DO live in England . . . If I left there, Id live in Japan.

Shaved Level 5 July 25, 2018
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I was thinking Costa Rica, good health care, cheap living...but....They have cockroaches as big a post cards and 1/10 people on the island have been bitten by a venomous snake. Ants are in your house, like it or not. Plus, it's ALWAYS HOT with a/c optional at a great expense.

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New Zealand, Denmark, Norway, or Finland. But definitely New Zealand!

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Canada, Denmark, New Zealand.

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Portugal, great life and cheap

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England or Australia.

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