Thursday, March 12, 2015

Group Wants to Replace Andrew Jackson with Feminist on the $20.00 Bill

An organization, called "Women on 20's," is trying to replace the portrait of Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill and lists feminist Betty Friedan as one of their candidates to replace Jackson. Their goal is to get it done by 2020, the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted the right to vote to women in the United States.

After conducting a survey, the group has identified 14 other potential candidates besides Friedan: Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, Rachel Carson, Shirley Chisholm, Barbara Jordan, Patsy Mink, Rosa Parks, Alice Paul, Frances Perkins, Eleanor Roosevelt, Margaret Sanger, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman.

But Friedan is still my top choice. This hater of female beauty deserves to have her picture on a depreciating currency that probably won't hold enough value in 2020 to buy a hot dog.



  1. “...[people] who 'adjust' as [fiat currency users], who grow up wanting to... 'just [work to accumulate a little capital for a better life],' are in as much danger as the millions who walked to their own death in the concentration camps...they ate suffering a slow death of mind and spirit.”

  2. I always thought it was ironic that Jackson was put on any of the Feds funny money considering his opposition to central banking.

  3. By all means, take Andrew "I killed the bank" Jackson off. But if they hate evil men so much, why not replace him with Robert Mugabe or Jamie Dimon? Sorry ladies, but you just aren't as great at counterfeiting people into grinding poverty.

    lol Margaret Sanger. Oh, those silly egalitarian eugenicists!

    It's interesting that they left out the first queen of the Fed, "Mr." Yellen:

  4. [aka Stargazer] I think toilet paper would make the better medium.

  5. Some suggestions (with an international flavor to them): Queen Isabellla, Anne Hutchinson, Mary Baker Eddy, Hannah Arendt, Dorothy Parker, Dorothy Sayers, Margaret Thatcher

    1. This society is feminized enough thank you.

  6. Friedan should get something special. She apparently has the ability to make personal cost/benefit decisions for millions of women she has never met.

  7. Megan Fox anyone? And it would help maintain the value of the $20