24
Sep
08

Top 5: Countries to Emigrate to if McCain/Palin Take the White House

I’ve been doing my research, just in case things go wrong in November.

5. Cuba. Now hear me out on this one. Cuba boasts some of the highest education and literacy rates in the Americas, all levels of education are state funded. The state also funds healthcare for all of its citizens. Pros: Socialism. Cons: Socialism.

4. Brazil. Beautiful beaches and energy independence; what more could a future-possible expatriate want? Pros: Carnival. Cons: The official language is Portuguese and the public health system leaves a lot to be desired.

3. South Africa. Considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with an abundant supply of resources. And the infrastructure is strong, whatever that means.

Pros: Since 1994, South Africa has welcomed the brain power and investments of Black Americans and English is one of the 11 official languages. Cons: There’s that whole crime thing.

2. France. This has been the center of high (Western) culture since perhaps the 17th Century including everything from art and literature to fashion and architecture. Pros: The best healthcare system in the world according to the World Health Organization. Cons: Unemployment rate is off the charts.

1. Canada. Number one due to convenience, Canada is just north of the border, easy to get into, also known as America but better. Pros: A growing mixed market economy with relatively low unemployment rate and high standard of living. Cons: Strongly influenced by American culture.

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