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Have you ever been to New Zealand, France, Italy, etc.? Calling them 3rd word countries is a great display of ignorance... however I do hope that people like you stay in the USA and never leave them... not even for vacation... please.
I wonder what moon around Pluto is this writer from? I've been to a number of the places highlighted in this article and know that if anyone is retired in those locations and living on the budget outlined, they must be living in poverty. Paris--- cheap with lots of free things???? Dream on!
Be sure and do the research before you start dreaming!
Shame on MSN for accepting this quality of reporting. this type of article might grab someone's attention, but in the real world, it just illustrates questionable reporting.
I am not able to do that because Of my savings was wiped out
while being laid off and then working for a less wage then before!
then social security age limit was raised, I figure I have to work
about two years after I die! (I have to pay for the funeral) !!!!!!
Being a Galactic thug just does not pay like it used too!!!!!
I STRONGLY suggest to anybody thinking of retiring in any of these Countries, to do a little background as to the political situation and safety of American Citizens. I remember that our friends at MSN had a similar article in months past indicating "Nicaragua" , Venezuela and yes even Cuba as a place to retire. I know our friends at MSN are extremely " socialist" but most people know that these are Communist/Socialist countries. I personally would not even travel as a tourist.
My reccomendation is to stay here in the US, which offers safety, laws are followed and there are many places that may no be as cheap as third world countries but at least you have peace of mind. Hopefully we will vote out this current resident of the white house in November and the political climate will change for the better
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