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This article gave me a good laugh! I cannot imagine anyone waking up as their golden years approach and say "Honey, lets retire to Bridgeport Connecticut or maybe Oxnard California"".
ALL, AND I REPEAT, DEMOCRATIC AND LIBERAL CITIES. TELL ME IM WRONG AND I BET THEY ALL HAVE BUDGET PROBLEMS
I've been all over Califoreignya, lived in two of the cities, and I would NEVER live in that septic tank again! Let alone remotely think of retiring there!
Between Gov. Moonbeam and his Assembly raising taxes every day, and the rampant crime in many cities, overwhelming drug problems and gang problems, and a state where one is not allowed to carry a gun, and barely allowed to own one in many cities...no thanks!
San Diego was once a great place for a leisurely life style. That was decades ago, before the freeways got clogged with bumper to bumper traffic. Urban sprawl with often poor air quality makes this a less than ideal location for retirement.
The weather along the coast and about 5-7 miles inland is perfect.
But it gets hot (as in 100 degrees plus) once you move further inland. Combine that kind of heat with smog and it is not very healthy for retirees.
Moved out 20 years ago before it got really bad.
A lot of MSN commentators need to retire form the idea of pretending they are important . . .
Keep writing the president, and when he crumbles up your complaint, and shoots a hoop with it . . .
Don't forget I am laughing at you.
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