Is it true that Europe is better to live in than America if you're poor?

Is it true that Europe is better to live in than America if you're poor?

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Duh, The rich people in europe are worse off and the poor people are better off

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The rich people in europe are worse off
      Are they really though? The actually rich seem to have much better opportunities for tax evasion than in the US, and it's the income earning middle class that the government uses as paypigs

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes. Everything from decently paid engineers on up to whatever high income bracket from there. The US lets you enjoy your money. Euros frown on displays of wealth but the US makes owning a sportscar with a huge engine or a large boat not only affordable but these things are seen as aspirational and aren't heavily taxed. We elected a man who bought a solid gold toilet after all.

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    American public land makes vandwelling free camping boondocking lifestyle doable. With limited mileage per day (working a job in a town with free camping nearby, for instance) you can still live off 500 USD/month and save massive amounts of money.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, medicine and doctors are free or near free (,£10 in the UK), food is better regulated so poor people don't have to survive on ramen and Twinkies, easier to get money from govt for any reason, public transit is good so you don't go bankrupt for buying a shit car with huge loans and interest just to get to work, better working hours in most places, more holiday, minimum wage is higher, states provide housing if your homeless and want to do something about although it's still a problem for most countries, school is free but you won't get shot, water is clean and drinkable, abortion is legal, police aren't insane, etc etc

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Anyone in the US making under a certain threshold can get free healthcare in the US. We've had free healthcare for decades. The wait times for a doctor in the UK is 4 times longer than in the US. The minimum wage in the UK is $10.42, Spain is less than 9/hour. France is less than 12. In California, it's $15.50, Arizona is $13.85, in DC it's $17, New York is $14.20. Violent crime is actually lower per capita in the US than in Britain. The cost of living is actually about the same in the US compared to the UK, give or take about 3 percent. If the only real difference is riding public transportation vs having my own car, I'll take the US and a car every time.

      https://news.gallup.com/poll/21346/crime-rate-lower-united-states-canada-than-britain.aspx#:~:text=The%20results%20show%20that%2021,%2C%20and%204%25%20in%20Britain.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Comparing America to the shithole America of Europe that nobody means when they say Europe
        >Hand waving owing a car as a minor inconvenience/expense
        >Talking about minimum wage being lower in Spain but not rent and food being cheaper
        homosexual

        Yes. Everything from decently paid engineers on up to whatever high income bracket from there. The US lets you enjoy your money. Euros frown on displays of wealth but the US makes owning a sportscar with a huge engine or a large boat not only affordable but these things are seen as aspirational and aren't heavily taxed. We elected a man who bought a solid gold toilet after all.

        >You can actually enjoy your money by wasting it on muh moronic sports car
        >Worst women in the world by far
        Topkek

        yes, if you have no morals of self respect you are able to live better off in the EU than in the USA. Mind you we talk about the EU and not the continent of europe

        The food isn’t even good edible in the US, what is self-respecting about needing to eat goyslop you stupid homosexual?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >dated February 6 2006
        This is impressively mendacious, even for an American. Perhaps you would next like to cite the Ripper murders, or the works of Charles Dickens?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      college is definitely not free in the UK, but a lot cheaper than the US. about 6-15k pounds or year or so on average.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's inline if not more than schools in the US unless you're talking about shit that's moronic expensive like Yale. Also there's financial aid, the GI bill, and some other options.

        Americans get into debt with college because the government lets them. People go to private, expensive universities, borrow to pay for it, and major in bullshit and then find their degree won't get them hired anywhere besides teaching school kids which they don't want to do. Or, they actually do go for something lucrative like engineering, can't hack it, fail classes, change to an easier major, still take 7 years and $100k to graduate with a worthless degree. None of this should be allowed.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I went to college for free in Maryland. There are dozens of scholarships and grants you can easily apply for. I had to maintain a 3.0 average, but my grants and scholarships covered the entire cost of my tuition with a few thousand left over. t helps in you're over 25 and no one can claim you as a dependent.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        University used to be free in the UK.
        Boomers are worthless everywhere

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Well if I am hungry I can buy very cheap bread and pasta to fill up on with vegetables

    If I am sick I can cheaply visit a doctor

    If I have no opportunities I can easily get to many other countries and try there

    If I need anything I can ask a man because they are still providers over here and they actually dress well

    So yeah

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes, if you have no morals of self respect you are able to live better off in the EU than in the USA. Mind you we talk about the EU and not the continent of europe

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do you know homeless people was foreign concept until the '90 when full on turbo unregulated capitalism was imported to Europe.

    Poorest people were poets and artists who lived whole day in caffe, arguing politics or philosophy with beer or cognac.

    They had huge old apartment's, lived of welfare's and check here or there from publishing house.
    That was lowest of the low.

    Then maybe Romani were poorest but that's their lifestyle so IDK...

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Europe is welfare heaven if you're poor but fiscal hell if you're rich
    America is capitalist hell if you're poor but liberal heaven if you're rich

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