Americans. They bitch, moan, complain, whine, and sob when the smallest incident disrupts their perfect little yuppie lives. If Starbucks should go out of business tomorrow, Americans will cry and pout and rant because they can no longer buy their morning Caffe Misto or Evolution Fresh or Cinnamon Dolce Latte. If there was no longer any Walmart, they would scream and weep and rage.

Americans are the most spoiled citizens of any nation on this earth. They want everything: that 5 bedroom, 3 bath home in the ‘burbs, the latest model SUV or sports coupe or sedan, soccer for their beloved son and ballet for their precious daughter, Blue Wilderness for their mutt and tuna for their cat, mobile phones for every family member, a speedboat, jet skis, satellite TV with the programming that gets them the most channels even though they can only watch one at any given time, groceries from Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s, yearly vacations, and other luxuries I won’t mention here.

Before Obama became President the first time, many Americans swore they would move to Canada or even Europe if he won. Apparently, they did not because now they’re screeching the same thing should Trump become president. But they won’t, although I wish the hell they’d go somewhere.

Americans live in a country where they have every modern convenience. Imagine residing in a land where the hot water is shut off or runs out before you can finish your shower, where you would squat over a hole or a drain in the floor, where dog meat is considered a delicacy (I can see all the Whites shuddering at that one), where deodorant is rarely if ever used, where even items such as mobile phones and alarm clocks and a cup of coffee from the local shop are pricey. Do you know that there are cities where Big Macs, Cokes, and even chocolate bars are rather expensive?

New York is one of the costliest cities in the USA to live in so New Yorkers might find London to be similar in prices. However, from someone like me, living in a vastly smaller city with a much lower cost of living (but a higher standard than NYC I must snootily add), I find London prices to be exorbitant. Cost-wise, Britain, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Liechtenstein, and even Italy have a much higher cost of living than the United States. Only Germany and Austria have a comparison that is roughly the same.

Canada, Australia, and New Zealand come out higher as well. Don’t you people ever watch those old Property Brothers episodes where those Canadians buy million-dollar homes that are semi-detached and only have 2 bedrooms and 1 bath?!? As for Mexico…who the hell wants to live there? I mean, all those damn Mexicans here illegally are running away from that dusty old hellhole for some reason. I don’t see how any non-Mexican would even choose to live in that lawless land but hey, if you anti-Trump whiners want to go there and live, I’m not stopping you.

So will all of you Americans whining about the presidential candidates run off to Canada or Mexico should Trump – or even Hillary – win come November? I honestly doubt that. After all, the rabid racists who claimed they would live if Obama won stayed. Americans are spoiled. There is no way any of you are going to give up your comfy lives in the US to live somewhere else, where you will not have many rights because you’ll be a foreign national, and where you may have a devil of a time finding a job. You sure as hell won’t have any access to public funds or other benefits the local populace may enjoy. Cell phones, computers, food, gas, and rents are sky-high in most of Europe. Unless you run off to some very poor country, you will not be able to afford to live comfortably for very long – and you sure as hell won’t be able to afford the toys you can easily buy here in America.


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