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You lost me with "survey". There are 90 MILLION job blockaded people in America... the Land of the Free, Home of the Brave... who can't readily afford a full-priced Achatz Apple Pie.
If you are going to do a survey, do it on "Which countries have the most useless psychopaths addicted to Kool Aid?"
We would win hands down. Too bad Kool Aid isn't real life and the sugar crash can kill.
How can it be that only 4% of the U.S. population is unhappy when the lib-tarded media is constantly crying about how half the country is in poverty and needs a handout?
AND, it's the 1%'s fault (well, theirs and Bush's) that people are poor and unhappy! MSN told me so!
Notice that none of these countries is at war? What about the ones that are at war such as Syria, Sudan, much of equatorial Africa, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Why are North Korea, Cuba and Venezuela not on this list. Are you telling me that Hungary deserves mention when all the others do not?
Oh, that's right, this was a poll which means you have to be able to talk to people and in all those other country the people are either dead or will be dead if they talk.
Anyone can say anything about anyplace...but at the end of the day people vote with their feet -- the one statistic the authors didn't take into account.
Had they taken the time to travel to Bulgaria, they would have noticed thousands of university students from Turkey. They would run into thousands of Britons who had quit their jobs, sold their property and bought homes in Bulgarian villages. And they would see thousands of refugees -- with more pouring in all the time -- from predominantly Islamic countries who spend thousands of dollar and risked their lives to bypass Turkey and seek asylum in....Bulgaria.
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