well my point is, the system what you pay and we pay in the end wont be much different, hear me out here.
Okay lets say you make 100.000euros (pretty much same in dollars)
Here you will pay around 40% tax, this includes payment for your future pension (when you get old the government will pay it) etc so pretty much everything.
You will be able to go to any school you want for free, best or worst uni, doesnt matter. you will be able to have any medical help anywhere in the country, any kind of medical, dentist, vision etc pretty much for free for your entire life (doesnt matter if you cant afford it at the time, you will always get it) and you will have a safe environment and all the benefits (like if you lose your job you will get near the same income)
So add your cost of loaning money for education, take the payments for healthcare that doesnt work outside your country(does it even work outside your home state?) (here if you travel you get the same healthcare as in your home country) and the traditional tax for income and you will see that you dont win that much by the end of the day. and add to the pile that the us society is way less safer and there is way more criminals, homeless etc compared to the normal population and i dont know if you do much profit by the end
Just my opinion on the situation