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Michigan international speedway is in Brooklyn not Jackson...i should know...i live 2 Miles south of it
I am looking for a Texas coastal town where my children are not a minority and I do not need to be able to speak Spanish to get a job. I want to live in a city or town where the majority of the people are Caucasian. I have traveled all over the US and grew up in San Antonio, Texas and in my travels I have found that the more Hispanics or African Americans there are in a city or neighborhood the higher the crime rate is, the worse the schools are, the town is covered in graffiti and trash, the people are rude, the higher the teen pregnancy is, the children and teens are disrespectful and mean to each other and there are more gangs. I know I will probably get a lot of hate responses to this statement however if anyone can show me a town or city that is predominately Hispanic or African American and all my above observations are incorrect, I will eat my words. But until then, can someone recommend a town where the majority is Caucasian? Over the last 10 years, San Antonio has become a Welfare town and therefore the predominate race has increasingly become more Hispanic and African American. There are a lot of people that moved here from Louisiana after the hurricanes and unfortunately the majority of them were moved here by the government which means they are welfare recipients. In addition, there are a lot of illegal immigrants from Mexico here because our government does not require you to be a legal resident of the US to obtain welfare. Unfortunately where ever there is free money, food and housing, the more Hispanics and African Americans you have in the area and then the higher the crime rate is. Very few of them work and if they do, they are extremely rude. San Antonio has the worst customer service anywhere, except for maybe Detroit.
We here in the Great Lakes State think we are bountiful in all the amenities of livlihoods worth endeavoring into. Not only did we create a great outdoorsman living space, but we have used our ingenuity in coming back in the direction of natural habitats and resources since the decline of our
automobile industry. We say, "Thumbs Up!
Why are all the best places in the Easter states????
Idaho is a Pretty darn good place to raise kids Boise Meridian Lots to do, colleges close in mountains, any thing you want...GOOOOGooo Idaho
YOU MORON, IF A "REAL CITY" IS NOT ON THE LIST IS BECAUSE THAT "REAL CITY" DOES NOT QUALIFY TO BE ON IT. AND ON THE PREVIUOS COMENT ABOUT WHERE IS THE LIST?, IT IS ON THE TOP RIGHT HAND SIDE, IT SAYS SLIDE 1 OF 12 .
Um.. Roght.. Where's the bloody list????
****s. I hate this kind of BS
I can't believe that the person who compiled this list did not include any real cities. Talk about a cultural bias.
I took a look at this list and would agree that the list seems to have significant flaws. I live in North Carolina and the city I live in has been ranked in the top 10 places to live with a reputable source. I am actually glad our city didn't make the list because it draws more attention for people to move to North Carolina.
Hopefully everyone will now migrate to the suburbs of Chicago so we can keep our own southern piece of heaven from growing out of control.