Today in the Word, April, 1998, p. 9
Seeking the Democratic presidential nomination in 1960, John F. Kennedy visited a coal mine in West Virginia, where a miner asked him, "Is it true that you're the son of one of our wealthiest men?" Kennedy said it was so.
The miner continued, "Is it true you've never done a day's work with your hands all your life?" Kennedy nodded.
"Well, let me tell you this," the miner replied, "you haven't missed a thing."