Don't get me wrong, I am a proud America, proud of the people of this country, I find it generally full of nice,hard working people. I've lived in France, and a little bit in the UK. I travel all the time all over the world. And I've worked all over the world, and still do. I've noticed in America, people tend to go " Well this is the best country in the world! We have it the best! We have the best Everything! Murica! " I'm not saying America is a bad place, its not. Its awesome on so many levels, and I love living and doing business here, for now. But...is America in denial about how great is it? I think so.... I think America has lots of good points...but compared to some places I've been in Asia and Europe, it doesn't seem to be as good... This is what I think is wrong with America No high speed mass transit No single payer healthcare No affordable college A healthcare system that costs more than any other system does in the world, which regularly crush's people and entire families with bankruptcy and debt, and it isnt even in the top 10 best systems Turning into a Police state via the NSA Crumbling infrastructure Religious Zealots ( not violent, yet ) Failing schools War on Women Massive military industrial complex that rules the country alongside Wall Street Plutocracy Outdated infrastructure Poor safety nets and services Military worship on a Soviet Union level ( I support the troops, just not any of these wars they've been in ) I love this country, but it could use some serious work and updating, and I don't think its the best country in the world anymore.p But I think it used to, and it could be again.