I’m Tired, Brother

Did you know that there aren’t as many people working as you may have thought? The population is 210 million, but there are 82 million over the age of 62, leaving 128 million to do the work.

People under 21 total sixty-four million, which leaves another sixty-four million to do the work. Then, there are twenty-one million employed by the government and Armed Forces, leaving forty-three million to do the work.

Deduct 42,800,000,
the number of persons holding state and city offices and that leaves
200,000 to do the work.

There are 126,000 in hospitals and insane asylums, and unemployed, so that leaves 12,000 to do the work.

Now, it may interest you to know that there are 11,898 people in jail,
so that leaves

just two people

to do all the work
and that’s just you and me brother, and frankly,
I’m getting tired of doing everything myself.



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1 Response to I’m Tired, Brother

  1. Reblogged this on AmerIcanValuesRestored and commented:

    Do I have to do everything myself?

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