In spite of the bogus stereotype of the GOP being the “party of the rich,” on Tuesday, Obama won 8 out of 10 of the richest counties in the United States:

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Obama has promised to raise their taxes, but many rich Dems are probably excited about the fact that there will be a lot more taxpayer-guaranteed “win-win” investment opportunities to take advantage of in the next four years.

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2 Responses to “Which One is the ‘Party of the Rich’?”

  1. SignPainterGuy on November 8th, 2012 12:48 pm

    I keep hearing that rich people don`t spend money, that`s how they stay rich, so how is Obama winning most of those richest counties relevant ? It ain`t like his election was BOUGHT or anything ! /SARC

  2. Marshall_Will on November 8th, 2012 2:50 pm

    Hmm… of the 10, only Morris Co. NJ went to Mitt.

    My theory now is that in addition to affluent two-faced Dim's coming out for Drama in their usual big way, M's & I's secretly feared what many Conservatives have been saying since the Housing Bubble broke:

    If there is to BE; rioting in the streets! ( at least a soft on numbers/feel good pRez will continue printing money supporting the food stamp crowd keeping them at bay until we can come up w/ REAL solutions! )

    Again, there were no fireworks election night and AFAIK Diane Sawyer made it to work sober the following morning? Don't go mistaking this for 'support' prezzy fiss' bump. You jus' gettin' played BACK yo'!

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