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Old 02-22-2011, 04:29 PM
 
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Is Santa Clarita a liberal place?
Would a conservative homosexual person
feel comfortable in the Santa Clarita area?

Is Santa Clarita basically a family oriented suburb?

In general, what are activities, things to do
in the Santa Clarita area?

What would be the closest cities and towns
that are more liberal?

What is the weather like?
What forms of public transportation go closer
into Los Angeles Central?

Costs of public transportation into closer in
Los Angeles?
I assume you are an Average American guy.What ALL Californians and Americans must do is stay put in ,stand tall..do not leave the state and allow invaders from 72 foreign countries to chase you out.What would Americans from past generations do if this happened on their watch?
Harry Truman,JFK,Ronald Reagan?
If you sell your California home,buy another California home.
California is for Californians.
Stop talking about it,the time for talk is over.
What would Japan or Cuba do if people from 72 different countries invaded their land?Chase them out.
Well?
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Old 03-01-2011, 03:24 PM
 
Location: Acton
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Santa Clarita is not the best place for singles, whether gay or straight. But when I lived in Valencia, I didn't notice it was all that politically conservative. The weather was nice most of the year. People were nice, but it's definitely for families. There's plenty to do for kids, but I imagine it would be hard to meet someone there.
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