"Note. with all the NSA scandals, lack of welfare, poor security, crime, human rights violations, war crimes, etc. that the US has got going, I'm starting to wonder why I'm relocation.
On the other hand, I did all the paper pushing... So I might as well try it out :)
Anyways, feel free to tell me why the US is so awesome, I kinda need it..."
I moved from California to Dublin last January, and just got the best job I've ever had. The people are friendly, the bars good (even if the food is mediocre, admittedly), and Europe is a short flight away (wish it were a train ride, but being on an island with a small population prevents that from being built). The culture, at least in the startup sector, appreciates the importance of both getting shit done AND taking time off to enjoy yourself, as opposed to being in the office 11 hours a day just to look driven. The drivers are more considerate to cyclists.
I notice you're in Denmark; honestly I can't imagine leaving there if only because of the cycling infrastructure, but hey, the grass is always greener I suppose.
The US, generally speaking, sucks. It is an amoral (not immoral, necessarily, but really doesn't care about right or wrong in what it does) declining hegemony with hilarious amounts of debt, no regard for the fourth amendment, and a vastly inflated sense of self-importance. The first time you venture to Fresno or Bakersfield you'll have a hard time believing you're in the same country as SF, much less the same state. Come to think of it, I'd support a California secession movement (maybe Oregon and Washington could join in), but unfortunately the US is not terribly enlightened about self-determination and would likely not listen to a referendum.
For what it's worth, though, San Francisco (and, I'd like to add, Berkeley) are some of the finest places you will find in the country. Smart people, excellent food and beer, beautiful scenery, and a decent transit system (by US standards - I'd say it's roughly on par with Dublin but nothing like a northern European city). Wages are high too, but note that the average 1 bedroom apartment is $2800 per month in SF; closer to $3500 for Nob Hill or SoMa.
Good luck! Life is short and the world is big, so enjoy. I have to say, though, that I hope to stay here in Ireland.