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    It's not just the $20 bill

    the new $5 and $10 bills, how*ever, which are to fea*ture five women’s suf*frage activists, Eleanor Roo*sevelt, and African-Americans Mar*ian Ander*son ....on the reverse sides.
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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton, born in 1815, was a pioneer of the women’s rights movement who played a central role in the drive for women’s suffrage. In 1848 at Seneca Falls, N.Y, she presented the “Declaration of Sentiments” that echoed the language of the Declaration of Independence. But Stanton’s version, signed by 68 women and 32 men, denounced the “long train of abuses” inflicted by men on women.
    An opera singer credited with helping launch the civil rights movement and improving race relations in America will be one of the first historic women to appear on U.S. paper money in more than a century, and among the first black people ever to appear on U.S. federal currency.

    Marian Anderson, who died in 1993 at age 96, is perhaps best known for her performance on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 1939,
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    You decide if that's enough to be appear on our currency.

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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    This is progressive movement's simple, yet devastatingly effective strategy... And the country falls for it every time.

    They demand the world!!! A woman on EVERY Bill!!! They march, they protest, the falsely accuse, until the powers-that-be huddle behind their desks and say,

    "well, we've got to do SOMETHING. Lets just put Tubman on the 20. Maybe that will appease them. Maybe then they'll stop."

    And they do. For a time. Until they do it again. And again. And we fall for it, again. And again.

    They use shaming tactics coupled with unreasonable demands, and in response we give ourselves a 5 yard penalty in hopes of just getting back to the game. The problem is if you keep acquiescing 5 yard penalties throughout the entire game, it adds up surprisingly quickly.

    We're losing the game by thinking "if we just give in this little bit, this one time they'll stop".

    It's time for the Heisman; tuck the fucking ball and strong arm your way through this. No more freebies. No more false flags on the play. These wymyn AT BEST deserve an honorable mention in a text book. That's it.

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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    They use shaming tactics coupled with unreasonable demands, and in response we give ourselves a 5 yard penalty in hopes of just getting back to the game. The problem is if you keep acquiescing 5 yard penalties throughout the entire game, it adds up surprisingly quickly.

    We're losing the game by thinking "if we just give in this little bit, this one time they'll stop".

    It's time for the Heisman; tuck the fucking ball and strong arm your way through this.
    While I agree with the message overall, I had to say this metaphor was just brilliant. I tip my fedora to you.
    It's the nature of time that the old ways must give in
    it's the nature of time that the new ways come in sin,
    when the new meets the old it always ends the ancient ways
    and as history told the old ways go out in a blaze.

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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    A good read on this topic in my view.................


    In the dystopian novel, “1984,” Winston Smith labors in the Ministry of Truth, dropping down the “memory hole” stories that must be rewritten to re-indoctrinate the party and proles in the new history, as determined by Big Brother. Jack Lew would have fit right in there.
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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    Alexander Hamilton, the architect of the American economy, will stay on the $10 bill, due in part to the intervention of hip-hop artists from the popular musical, “Hamilton,” in New York.
    Shouldn't we be embarrassed about this?
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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggets View Post
    Shouldn't we be embarrassed about this?
    ......and alarmed.

    Look at how far we have fallen. Compare the present population of the US to the generation that fought World War 2 and the generation that landed a man on the moon (esentially without the help of computers).........we pale in comparison.
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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    Quote Originally Posted by EternalBachelor View Post
    .....we pale in comparison.
    No, we don't even register. Who here of this generation can even make a meaningful impact? If anything, they will destroy the next generation to come. They are the opposite of great.. they are destroyers.

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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOW Nomad View Post
    No, we don't even register. Who here of this generation can even make a meaningful impact? If anything, they will destroy the next generation to come. They are the opposite of great.. they are destroyers.
    I agree. I acknowlege this is not a MGTOW topic; but I find the deterioration of the US very depressing. No manufacturing base, unsustainable debt, a currency that used to be backed by gold and is now back by a fart in the wind, huge segments of the population who have no interest in holding a job, a huge welfare state, illegal immigrants flooding unchecked over the borders, endless wars, etc etc.

    By hey at least we have American Women.........


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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggets View Post
    Shouldn't we be embarrassed about this?
    Yes.

    I made this chart for those who may be interested.

    Susan B. Anthony appeared on the dollar coin from 1979 to 1981, when the series was halted due to poor public reception, and once again in 1999. (per wikipedia). As a joke, many of us at the time referred to the coin as the Susan B Anton dollar, for American actress Susan Anton whose name and physical features were well-known at the time.

    EDIT: How could I forget the Sacagawea buck? I've modified the chart below. The coin was made 2002-2008 and again starting 2012 although you just don't see them around. Apparently there are no actual photographs in existence for Sacagawea but, when the coin came out, there was controversy that her nose was redesigned to look European on the coin.

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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    I also think it's embarrassing that half of the reason they're keeping Hamilton is because of the success of that musical. People suddenly give a shit about his biography because now it's part of pop culture.
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    Re: It's not just the $20 bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggets View Post
    I also think it's embarrassing that half of the reason they're keeping Hamilton is because of the success of that musical. People suddenly give a shit about his biography because now it's part of pop culture.
    We the public can be told what we care about and when to care about it. Remember the hubbub about burning the American flag? All sorts of passionate opinions were broadcast on TV and in the newspapers, we got in a national tizzy. I don't even recall the outcome, as probably some newer tizzy was put before us. I looked at Wikipedia just now, it states no amendment to ban flag burning ever succeeded in Congress. Where did our proud passion go? Maybe it went to decide if Miller Lite had great taste or was less filling.
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