There are many neighborhoods in the United States that have cheap housing, higher percentages of welfare recipients, and plenty of recreational drugs and prostitutes. Are these places generally good places to live?
By American/capitalistic standards, no. But 90% of the world would think it is paradise.
It’s the American dream.
Its like the Jersey Shore. It’s nice to vacation there for a night or two, but any longer may result in a life of STDs and addiction.
No, that's why so many want out of them. They aren't safe and they're also places many people don't frequently visit unless they want drugs.
When I moved to California, it took me quite a long time to realize there are certain places that are simply unsafe and should be avoided if possible. I still think that is one of the saddest realities I've had to face regarding poverty, criminal activity, and personal danger because of the area alone.
One Democrat from Oregon and one Democrat from Washington said YES. “Go figure” 🤪😮🤪😮
Seeing the left says these are all great things you would think they would choose utopia.
There are many. We are going to get many more!
You do the best you can and try to help if you can.
Those are the places to party but not spend the night.
Not any place I’d want to live.
These are the neighborhoods most struggle to move out of so you are not alone.
These liberal utopias bring misery to most people.