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  • Europe

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43% 13 votes
  • Free Healthcare, Colleges, and overall benefits for the people. Portugal showed us that the war on drugs is detrimental towards the economy. Sweden showed us how high taxes and proper government spending result in superb education, healthcare and infrastructure. Unemployment and Immigration are tackled head on within the EU. I know countries like France are not doing to hot, but when talking about the two overall, It is no contest. The EU is superior in college graduates, value of currency, taking care of their elderly.

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TBR says2015-08-13T21:32:22.6299894Z
Just gut, or using some metric?
tajshar2k says2015-08-13T21:33:31.2006911Z
Just what you like better.
tajshar2k says2015-08-13T21:34:45.7691691Z
I kinda have a feeling what you will choose.
triangle.128k says2015-08-13T21:35:12.2581389Z
triangle.128k says2015-08-13T21:48:56.3139321Z
One thing Europe is better than USA at is the government structure. It doesn't have a toxic two-party system there, and there's usually more church-state seperation.
tajshar2k says2015-08-13T21:50:35.0820544Z
Ya, and there is less crime, and better healthcare. Thats pretty much it.
triangle.128k says2015-08-13T21:54:25.5288075Z
Not really, there's better food for one.
stargate says2015-08-13T21:54:57.2885352Z
We need more then ine party.......
tajshar2k says2015-08-13T21:56:11.4358105Z
Better food, the U.S has all kinds of food. Thats the thing.
triangle.128k says2015-08-13T21:57:29.5343460Z
Well it's not just the type, food in Europe is generally cleaner and such. I've even tried McDonalds in France, and as toxic as it is known to be, McDonalds tasted better in France than in US for one.
triangle.128k says2015-08-13T21:58:01.8269670Z
@stargate We have more than one party in the US...
tajshar2k says2015-08-13T22:37:28.3728882Z
I have to disagree. I didn't like the food in England. Also, it really depends where in Europe. London and Paris are extremely dirty. Just NYC.
58539672 says2015-08-13T22:40:54.7622112Z
@triangle.128k Have you seen the EU's constitutions? They're more convoluted than the US Constitution and are far more inefficient (they get less things done than we do, and thats a milestone). I would hardly call Europe's government structure better.
yoozur.naym says2015-08-13T23:01:16.5152429Z
Europe is a lot less violent than the USA.
tajshar2k says2015-08-13T23:02:43.2361988Z
Not really, Europe you are more likely to get raped. Also, the stats vary by state.
triangle.128k says2015-08-13T23:48:24.7509725Z
@58539672 Well maybe, but I meant that the political parties in Europe are better. There isn't a toxic two-party system in Europe, the founding fathers even warned against a two-party system. A two-party system is honestly the worst political party structure, even a single party system would be more efficient than two parties always fighting with each other.
stargate says2015-08-14T00:02:19.5025042Z
I know, there was a comment that basically said we do not need two parties.
stargate says2015-08-14T00:03:09.4400248Z
No one party is not the answer. It never is, look we have one party that isn't going to change.
Midnight1131 says2015-08-14T01:02:31.3870668Z
"This isn't even a question. Europe would be nothing without America." Now this is the funniest thing I've read all day.
PericIes says2015-08-14T05:20:39.7226117Z
Neither is better. Both have pros and cons. Why must we compare figurative dick sizes? Both are members of Western Civilization, and both are on Earth. That is enough.
Julius_Martov says2015-08-14T06:05:32.7415826Z
@Pericles The point of this website is too debate the pros/cons of different topics in the effort of choosing which works best for you with the information given from both sides. Neither are particularly better in terms of opinion, but in terms of statistics.
58539672 says2015-08-15T05:22:55.8102811Z
@triangle.128k A two party system is relatively stable and easy to follow. Its kind of the reason why it has become so popular in the US. It does have its share of problems, don't get me wrong, but so does a multi-party system. The UK's recent election is a good example. The Conservative party, which has roughly a third of the countries population voting for it, won 52% of Parliament's seats. This essentially means that a party of only 1/3 of the UK's population controls over 50% of the seats, and 100% of the power.

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