Freedom, healthcare, lack of guns, quality of life, cost of living, safety, four distinct seasons. I live in Canada.
Chaos, Confusion, Corruption, terrorist attacks, bad traffic, inflation, politicians, religious intolerance, bad civics, bad roads, ..............IN SPITE OF ALL THIS .........I love my country .....as it believes in Freedom, Democracy, Secularism, Tolerance, Unity,Justice and HOPE.
I live in INDIA.
I live in India and I love it for lots of reasons, however, if I had to choose what i love the most it would be, the different 'cultures' and heritage.
Everything works in the country that I live in. We are super high tech and very well organized. The best thing is the service industry is very active and competitive and you will get quality services for reasonable prices.
safety, convenience. but why I stay is because of the opportunities available for my career...
by Astralrose 4 years ago
What makes a developed country better to live in?India is a developing country and I have many personal complaints when it comes to many things -politics, environmental, social issues among others so I am wondering why not migrate to other countries because it seems like they're better than here....
by ahorseback 5 years ago
I don't know maybe it's me but I grew up sort of a patriot , family , friends , lovers or who ever ! Once everyone seemed to love our country ! Since the sixties though , something has drasticaly changed , I for one am ashamed of how be-littling people are to our home land , our...
by rhamson 4 years ago
With the implementation of the Affordable Healthcare Act what are your reasons for not getting the government mandated insurance?
by FitnezzJim 3 years ago
Which can you live without? Farmers? Truckers? or Politicians?This is purely a hypothetical question, but it reminds of the question, what really matters most in life? So many people seem to be worried about a possible government shutdown. But is it really that bad? Farmers...
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
Happiness is closely tied to freedom. But, so is security and comfort. Which is the most conducive to happiness: freedom or security?Will we choose oppression to guarantee security through the implementation of social democracy?Or will we (citizens in the US) fight against this growing trend?
by Kathryn L Hill 5 years ago
-today in the Forums, it was stated that socialism offers freedom and low taxes. This is what we have learned today, 3/9/13 from advocates of Social Democracy for the United States (A Social Democracy promotes a gradual and peaceful transition to socialism, according to Wikipedia) Is this true?Can...
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