My Family's Been Having Problems With Immigrants Ever Since We Got To This Country Department


With a complete lack of irony, in an article on "slow growth" former Fairfax County and now new Loudoun County resident Christopher Romano tells the Washington Post, "I don't want Loudoun County to turn into another Fairfax. I grew up in Fairfax, and I saw it get just ridiculous. I moved to Loudoun for this reason."