Yesterday, when I went on Yahoo to check my e-mail, one of the headlines caught my eye. It was something along the lines of UN publishing their annual report about the best and worst countries to live in, Norway slipping off the first place, and US not even being in top ten. Today, I decided to check up on this, and, basically, what it boils down to is the quotient based on different factors, the life expectancy and gross national product being amongst them. So, US is pretty high on gross national product (any surprises?), but is logging behind in life expectancy.
So, here is my humble suggestion to this "problem". Number one, send all the illegals back to their respective countries. That will significantly increase life expectancy by decreasing gang violence (just check out the illustrious resume of MS13), the possibility of TB infection, and the general overburdened condition of hospitals in the metro areas. Plus, it will increase the gross national product by removing the burden of this "population segment" from school systems and Medicaid, never mind the economic picture in general.
Second, and the most important one: get UN itself out of this country and stop any and all US funding for them! That will definitely increase life expectancy and the gross national product in our fair city!