USA of course, it has such wonderful kind people!!
Sinse we live in a free society we choose where we live. It may be our country of birth or elsewhere. I was born in Scotland but my parents emigrated to Canada when I was 2yrs. old, nothing against Scotland but I dont believe I could dream of a better place to live than Canada. If you are an immigrant in Canada and you dont like it then GET THE **** OUT or stop complaining.
Oh... wait. Nebraska's not a country. Duh on me<br />
I'd love to give GB a try
I wouldn't leave The U.S. unless there was a promise land of opportunity...
I live in the best country in the history of man thus far the UNITED STATES of AMERICA.<br />
So there are many I'd like to visit a few to revisit...at the end of the day there is no place like home.
Where I live now, India!
africa (mainly morroco, been there once fell in love with the place)
India or (Tibet - before the hostility of the Dali Lama and the Buddhists began.) I would also like to visit every place in the world and make friends, but that wasn't the question. Everyone hates Americans, but I am so proud to live in America, where all oppressed peoples from around the entire globe are supposed to have a shot at coming to get a taste of our freedom.
USA all the way...so many different places to chose from climate & culture wise.
The Bahamas...great weather..no taxes
India of course
korea because it was a nice beauty country and of course because it is one of asia country.
I'm thinking the "Mid East" seems to be on everybodies mind ever since the first conspiracy was ever hatched.
don't know why but i always wanted to visit Bipolar.
I would live in England. I personally believe I was born in the wrong country...not that I don't the good ole' U.S. of A. (just in case big brother is watching). But I do love England. :)