If they are exactly the same as I am now, yeah. I'd send them to work while I don't do anything, then once they've generated enough money by going to school and working and buying and all that, I'd set him free and ship him to Europe to live his own life. However this would probably cause loads of complications and people I don't know would come up to me and talk about something and look like an idiot.
The only upside would be I get double votes at the elections. The only downside would be: how?
A clone of me is not 'me'. It strictly speaking only has my genetics, nit my memories or personality, so it may not end up being even a little similar to me. Considering it's basically making a brand new person from scratch, what exactly is the point of this exercise?
If this was a psychological duplicate, no. I may not be able to live with myself. However, there is a chance that I'd be crazy about myself, in which case I would become addicted to myself and be miserable when I could no longer see myself. I would probably hate myself. This describes me: "once you get to know me you will find me to be a sarcastic duchebag, and like an onion, you'll start to peel back the layers, but finding the same thing each time, until you cry."
I can't stand myself. Its why I invent other people to be with me when I'm alone.