And don't forget the poor commentator.
"This is the sixth time this jockey's ridden MyFace."
"He's on MyFace, and what a sight to behold as he straddles MyFace so powerfully."
"So he's on MyFace as we enter the final furlong, and MyFace is getting a bit tired now, with sweat pouring down the sides of MyFace - and here comes Laughing Boy, bearing down on MyFace as the pace quickens - MyFace is being given one hell of a hard ride here, and it's neck and neck - but oh! MyFace takes it by a whisker."
"Apparently, there is going to be a stewards' enquiry. The jockey was seen to be using the whip on MyFace without any restraint."
you've changed the question, you asked what the american dream was. With property taxes and healthcare costs and reduced middle class it's harder for most to survive in the US, hence people living on the street/caravan parks/doing multiple jobs
you would probably be bankrupt if you were in the US