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Saturday, December 15, 2012

10 richest counties are full of government workers

The March of Socialism
The wealthiest counties in the nation ring Washington D.C.
  • The occupation of the residents of the D.C. area is to suck down the re-distributed wealth produced by the rest of the nation. 
  • Marxist Democrats are eager to steal anything not nailed down in order to buy voters every two years.
  • Socialist-lite Republicans have not cut one cent from the Federal budget since the 1920s.  They are happy to be the "Good Government" managers of the Socialist welfare state.

Marxism is dead in Moscow and Beijing.  They have adopted forms of Capitalism.

But, Marxism and the re-distribution of wealth is alive and well in Washington D.C.

Five of the top 10 wealthiest counties in the United States are in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area--within commuting distance for the thousands of federal government workers, lobbyists, lawyers, defense contractors, think-tank "experts" and political operatives who work in and around the nation’s capital.

The five counties have median household incomes that are roughly double the national median of $50,502.

Loudoun County, Va., which lies to the north and west of the District of Columbia, topped the list in 2011, with a median family income of $119,525, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE), released Wednesday reports CNS News.

John Stossel - New Road To Serfdom
European Parliament Member Daniel Hannan warns Americans to veer away from the ruinous path of socialism.

It was followed closely by Fairfax County, Va., which had a median income of $105,000.

Howard County, Md., which is located between Washington and Baltimore, and includes the city of Columbia, Md., was fourth-highest at $99,000.

Arlington County, Va., which lies directly across the Potomac River from the District of Columbia, was fifth on the list, at $98,000.

Montgomery County, Md., which stands at the top of the diamond-shaped District of Columbia, fell to eighth on the list.

Four of the remaining five Top 10 counties are in the New York City metropolitan area.

Only one county in the Top 10 lies outside of the Eastern Seaboard: Douglas County, Colo., is situated between Denver and Colorado Springs.

Here’s the Top 10 Counties with the Highest Median Family Incomes:

1. Loudoun County, Va. ------$119,525
2. Fairfax County, Va. --------$105,000
3. Hunterdon, County, N.J.----$99,216
4. Howard County, Md. -------$99,000
5. Arlington County, Va. ------$98,000
6. Douglas County, Colo.----- $95,973
7. Somerset County, N.J. ------$95,915
8. Montgomery County, Md. --$92,288
9. Morris County N.J. ----------$91,420
10. Nassau County, N.Y.-------$91,162


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