I was born during the Great Depression. Milked cows for milk and raised chickens for eggs.
During World War II, I mowed grass for 50 cents; half went for war bonds and half for school clothes. I dropped out of high school, mopped floors and washed dishes at Harris Hospital with a second job as a stock boy for Leonard’s Department Store.
Was I ever out of work? No, I have worked since I was 5. Did I ever draw unemployment? No.
My children and grandchildren will be fine if we can have a true conservative revolution and get away from progressive “share the resources” redistribution of wealth.
If we don’t change directions, the only children who will have a chance are those of the progressive elite.
— Jim Mershon, Mansfield