KepaArg saidMy country is ranked number 46 (Argentina). I think what holds us back is Gov't corruption, the exploitation of the poor (for votes, and labor), and the increased insecurity that the economic crash brought with it.
Even with all it's faults Argentina is a beautiful country with so much potential if only there were to ever be anyone in office who cared about it, versus their own pocketbooks.
I want to experience the world, but I'll always call Argentina home.
Me contó un Che, y es verdad, los argentinos son una nación de pobres que viven como si fueran ricos, los holandeses una nación de ricos que viven como si fueran pobres....
What matters in a place to live? Freedom to be yourself (which gays don´t have in many parts of the USA where they can be fired for their sexuality), access to good health care (which many people don´t have in in the USA), education, security, job opportunities, cost of living proportional to national salaries, then a host of individual factors: the weather, the culture, food, and whether you like it. Thus, saying one country is "the" best is nonsense. Finland would never work for me as it´s too dark and the food... bleh..