Back when I turned 21 the U.S. did not allow dual Citizenship and I had to choose between my BirthCountry, it's former Colonial Master and My U.S. one(born American Abroad); chose to keep my U.S. one even though I was living overseas at the time and other would have been a lot easier, but have always believed the U.S. with all its quirks and growing pains... To be fundamentally fair and well-intentioned ,and ultimately the one I felt most a part of. So, Proud to be an American!:-).
Hi. There are many reasons why that thought would Never cross my mind. Absolutely NOT. I've been to 3rd World Countries and not via 5 Star Hotels and Leer Jets. I am proud to be an American. Have a great night.
No. I would consider living in another country if the circumstances called for it, maybe even applying for citizenship of that country one day. But I would never renounce my U.S. citizenship. This is my home. I grew up here. I love it and I'm proud of it. When you love a person you see that they have faults and there are some things about them you don't like but you love them anyway, even with their faults. It's the same when you love your country.