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Old 10-28-2017, 07:57 AM
 
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Thanks to whomever revived this thread. We just didn't have enough "I wanna move there, but only if everyone believes like I do" conversation happening already in the AR forum.
Amen!

Oops!, even that is politically incorrect now.
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Old 10-28-2017, 08:18 AM
 
Location: Leander
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Thank you... We visit HOT Springs frequently and always find the people very friendly. Generally speaking Tourist Towns are friendly because their income depends on a wide variety of people spending money in their town.

When I ask if a place is "Liberal" it's not about Politics...it's about being accepting... open and friendly. Texas is Conservative, but Friendly. I've lived in Dallas and Austin. Austin is very Friendly and the Most Liberal Socially... and Diversity is important.

Looking for a retirement community, one must think about finding friends, social outlets etc. Obviously you want to feel comfortable and welcome. I continue to read Fayetteville and Eureka Springs might be socially open and inclusive...
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Old 10-28-2017, 08:55 AM
 
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Visit the location you have in mind. Strike up conversations with the folks in every business establishment you enter. We find this to be a safe and effective way to evaluate a location. You get a gut feeling from face time that can't be obtained on the internet.
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Old 10-28-2017, 09:00 AM
 
Location: Cambridge, Isanti County, MN
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How Liberal is Hot Springs? Looking to relocate and need some blue..
"Looking to relocate and need some blue".

Welcome to 2017.

What a shame.
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Old 10-28-2017, 09:15 AM
 
Location: Cambridge, Isanti County, MN
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Thank you... We visit HOT Springs frequently and always find the people very friendly. Generally speaking Tourist Towns are friendly because their income depends on a wide variety of people spending money in their town.

When I ask if a place is "Liberal" it's not about Politics...it's about being accepting... open and friendly. Texas is Conservative, but Friendly. I've lived in Dallas and Austin. Austin is very Friendly and the Most Liberal Socially... and Diversity is important.

Looking for a retirement community, one must think about finding friends, social outlets etc. Obviously you want to feel comfortable and welcome. I continue to read Fayetteville and Eureka Springs might be socially open and inclusive...
It seems you already know Hot Springs pretty well based on the first paragraph here. So why did you feel the need to revive an 8 year old thread asking questions you already know the answers to?

You don't have to explain what you mean by "liberal". We know what you mean. All too well....
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Old 10-30-2017, 05:40 AM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Thank you... We visit HOT Springs frequently and always find the people very friendly. Generally speaking Tourist Towns are friendly because their income depends on a wide variety of people spending money in their town.

When I ask if a place is "Liberal" it's not about Politics...it's about being accepting... open and friendly. Texas is Conservative, but Friendly. I've lived in Dallas and Austin. Austin is very Friendly and the Most Liberal Socially... and Diversity is important.

Looking for a retirement community, one must think about finding friends, social outlets etc. Obviously you want to feel comfortable and welcome. I continue to read Fayetteville and Eureka Springs might be socially open and inclusive...
If you are so interested in fitting in, just read some of the other posts on the subject of liberalism on the AR board. This question keeps popping up every few weeks. Just visit and observe. We all have our own idea of blue, but most of us realize it is up to the person to be accepted, not the community. You can have 2 noses, 6 feet and be 9 feet tall and you will fit in if you really want to.
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