Texas ranks 5th for long-term income growth
Texas ranks 5th among the states for total personal income growth over the past 35 years, according to U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis data.
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#1 Oct 8, 2011
So the per capita income in DC is more than $30,000 above the National Average and $19,000 more than the number one state, Massachusetts, by $19,000. Those people in DC must be very special and work real hard to make that kind of money. Oh, they give themselves, staffers, and bureaucrats raises by just dipping into the tax coffers? Say it aint so, Joe? Sounds like the entire country should be occupying D. C. and demanding they all resign. What would happen if someone sent THEM an email saying they would be easy to follow home and throw a bottle of burning liquid through THEIR picture window? The country would be in lockdown and those idiots would never shut up, but notice the Dimocrats are standing in solidarity with the very people who are threatening NY politicians, Democrats and Republicans alike and CEO/high level employees in the private sector with that treatment. Dimocrat US House and Senate. UmUmUm!
#2 Nov 25, 2011
Duh oil companies and bush lives there.... What more can I say.
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