The hair cut – Difference between citizens and parliamentarians

One day a florist goes to a barber for a haircut. After the cut he
asked about his bill and the barber replies, ‘ I cannot accept money
from you. I’m doing community service this week. ‘ The florist was
pleased and left the shop.

When the barber goes to open his shop the next morning there is a
‘ thank you ‘ card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door..

Later, a policeman comes in for a haircut, and when he tries to pay his
bill, the barber again replies, ‘ I cannot accept money from you. I’m
doing community service this week. ‘ The policeman is happy and leaves the
shop.

The next morning when the barber goes to open up there is a ‘ thank
you ‘ card and a dozen donuts waiting for him at his door.

Later that day, a college professor comes in for a haircut, and when
he tries to pay his bill, the barber again replies, ‘ I cannot accept
money from you. I’m doing community service this week. ‘ The professor
is very happy and leaves the shop..

The next morning when the barber opens his shop, there is a ‘ thank
you ‘ card and a dozen different books, such as ‘ How to Improve
Your Business ‘ and ‘ Becoming More Successful. ‘

Then, a Member of Parliament comes in for a haircut , and when he goes
to pay his bill the barber again replies, ‘ I cannot accept money from
you. I’m doing community service this week. ‘ The Member of Parliament
is very happy and leaves the shop.

The next morning when the barber goes to open up, there are a dozen
Members of Parliament lined up waiting for a free haircut.

And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between
the citizens of our country and the Members of Parliament

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