6 stars for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics!
Same country, yet I give it 3 stars. (Even though, compared to others, we have it great here).
My country is rated as the top country in terms of human development income and happiness
5 stars for Norway
i also lived in japan for 6 months would give japan 5 stars to got to hand it to the country with the lowest murder and crime rates and the longest life expectancy
Ever growing taxation of stuff, it is almost like they don't want you to get a car :o
Starting to control the common man even more, specifically DLD, less control by the people, ever growing BS by the politics.
We could have had better weather too, most random weather ever imo :o
Other then that, I am very happy :)
Free education, very low criminal rates and you will never starve.
Weird how many Americans rate their own country 5 stars, homosexuals have yet the right to marry, health care only works if you have enough money, and abortion is still an issue.
But then again, they don't have to pay a lot of taxes and at least they have stricter punishment for murderess and rapists.
Also they elected Bush, come on, that at least deserves a -1 :o
All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, to make it possible.
-Nathan Drake; American Hero
5 Stars. Even if it does have flaws, the fact that they can and are being addressed makes it the perfect evolutionary entity, never radically veering off course. There's always balance and justification, and things can change when they've been exploited or misunderstood.
1st on Democracy Index + 1st on Human Development Index = Easy 5 stars
If you live in Norway you probably don't have anything serious to worry about. Low homicide rate (less than 1/6 of USA), free elections, free healtcare, affordable higher education with partial scholarships, etc.
4 stars for England.
The history, the artistic movements that have been born here, the landscapes, the ale and cider.
1 star deducted for South London.
I agree with all of this, four stars despite our current leadership and shitty media shenanigans.
4 stars for UK (England specifically, devolution means Scotland is a bit better off), it'll be dropping to 3 pretty soon with the way Cameron is fucking the public sector up the arse though. Still have a lot of love Attlee and the great things he did for this country, and hope that the Tories don't ruin my country beyond repair. Politics here pretty much sucks now and for the forseeable future, our choices seem to be Tories, wannabe Tories, or Tories little helpers. UK has a lot of great History though, and we do at least have the NHS and civil partnerships. Plus the moderate climate suits me and I like the rain.
Also 5 stars for New Zealand, which is my favourite country, and I'd love to live there.
3. I love my country, Canada, but we have such an ass backwards corrupt government that I can't justify giving it more then a 3.
EDIT: Let me rephrase that. The country and the people in it get a 5. The government running the country gets a negative infinity. I guess minus one point for the majority of the people for constantly re-electing the same corrupt party every year.
I love my country and wouldn't want to live anywhere else. 5 fucking Stars for the United States of America.
As someone who has been to America 3 times and observe current affairs in America your enthusiasm baffles me, your country seems messed up. Each to their own I guess.
UK: 4 stars. It's a very good place to live. There are clearly better countries, putting this country on the same level as them would be wrong.