Candidates for Woman on the $20 Bill Features Man hater, Mass Murderer and Advocate for Genocide of Blacks

There is a new campaign afoot that is tickling the interests of the mainstream media. It is an effort to kick President Andrew Jackson off the $20 bill and replace him with a woman. Sadly at least three of the candidates do not belong on the list. One is a famous hater of men, another can only be termed a mass murderer, and the third was an important supporter of the genocide of African Americans. How is it these three women deserve to be celebrated on the $20 bill is anyone’s guess.

The campaign called Women On The 20, is, the group says on its website, is an effort to “compel historic change by convincing President Obama that NOW is the time to put a woman’s face on our paper currency.”

The group hopes to have the change on the money made by the year 2020, which happens to be the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the one that gave women the right to vote.

One of the ways that proponents of the new face on the 20 hopes to achieve their goal is to have Americans sign a petition that would “force” Obama to take notice and make a decision on the proposal.

The group has also proffered a list of 15 candidates from which website visitors may chose their top three. The list of candidates, though is in many cases little else but a cavalcade of leftists some of whom celebrated things that should disqualify them as the sort of Americans whom people should respect.

Here is the full list:

  • Alice Paul (1885-1977): Woman’s suffragette
  • Betty Friedan (1921-2006): Radical feminist
  • Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005): Politician
  • Sojourner Truth (1797-1883): Former slave and abolitionist
  • Rachel Carson (1907-1964): Environmentalist
  • Rosa Parks (1913-2005): Civil rights activist
  • Barbara Jordan (1936-1996): Politician
  • Margaret Sanger (1879-1966): Eugenecist
  • Patsy Mink (1927-2002): Politician
  • Clara Barton (1821-1912): Founder of the American Cross
  • Harriet Tubman (1822-1913): Former slave and abolitionist
  • Frances Perkins (1880-1965): FDR’s Labor Secretary
  • Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906): Abolitionist and women’s sufferage leader
  • Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962): First Lady and human rights activist
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815)-1902): Women’s rights leader

Now, most of these candidates are personages worthy of being included in a list of candidates for famous American women. But three of the candidates are not famous, but are infamous and do not belong on this list of worthies.

Namely, Betty Friedan, Margaret Sanger, and Rachel Carson.

Rachel Carson is famed as the author of the thinly researched and now thoroughly debunked envirowacko book Silent Spring. Carson’s faux “work” led to the banning of the insecticide DDT. Carson claimed it was a carcinogen and an environmentally disastrous. The the facts are that DDT helped kill mosquitos and save the lives of billions who otherwise would have died from malaria. Since its banning tens of millions have kept dying, most of them in underdeveloped nations. Rachel Carson is guilty of mass murder for her lies.

Next up is the unworthy Margaret Sanger. She is famed for coining the term “birth control” and is an icon for lovers of infanticide everywhere. But one of the dirty little secrets that the pro-abortion lobby refuses to accept is the fact that she worked in her chose field of eugenics in order to cleanse America of the black race. Sanger was little else but an advocate of the genocide of blacks in America. Sanger wanted to use abortion and sterilization to cull from the population a list of “undesirables” that mirrors the list the Nazis used to purify Germany. She wanted, for instance, to eliminate the mentally retarded and blacks from the gene pool of the country.Sanger was a disgusting, murder-supporting eugenicist that should be reviled.

Lastly is Betty Friedan, one of the founders of the women’s rights movement, wrote the famed book The Feminine Mystique in 1963, a book that sparked a massive movement for women’s rights. But ultimately Friedan proved to be merely a man hater, some charge a racist, but most certainly a major liar.

Some of the politicians on the list are problematic, of course, but Friedan, Carson, and Sanger belong only on a list of those who should be excoriated, not celebrated.

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Wizbang Weekend Caption Contest™
  • My first suggestion was Monica Lewinski… as that would make the bill the preferred choice for snorting blow.

  • …and why not Jeane Kirkpatrick?

    • Commander_Chico

      The late Tory minister Alan Clark referred to Jeane Kirkpatrick as an “odious Stalinist” in his diaries.

      • …and a Brit would have a say in this… why?

        • Commander_Chico

          Because Clark was an acute observer of humans.

          • …not enough to give him a say on anything here.

          • He was just a sexist jerk that feared a strong American woman. That is the beginning and end of it.

          • Kind of like chicka and the hemorrhoid depending therefrom?

          • In light of the source that may be the most unkind thing I’ve ever heard said about the man…

  • FrenchKiss

    You know, based on recent events around the country, like Ferguson or New York, and cities like Detroit, Birmingham, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta, maybe putting Margaret Sanger’s image on the $20 bill ain’t so bad.

    • Commander_Chico

      French kiss a dog’s ass.

    • magic1114

      Can’t argue with logic like that…

  • jim_m

    I see no reason to change the bill, but if we must then putting the face of a person who advocated genocide against black Americans is probably the most appropriate choice.

    • Harriet Tubman or Sojourner Truth are my choices from that list above.

      • jim_m

        Eleanor Roosevelt because then it would still look like we have a man on the bill

  • Charles Harkins

    I vote for Seka!

    • Paul Hooson

      She’s not bad from a distance…But, my friend met her at an adult trade show and she’s not as pleasing close up he tells me..

  • ScienceABC123

    The printed dollar denominations have always been used to honor dead Presidents. I see no reason to change that.

    • Well, not always. We had bills that had the faces of treasury secretaries and others in the past. Just not for a long, long time.

      • Commander_Chico

        WTF? “Always?” “In the past?” “Not for a long, long time?”

        We have a bill with a Treasury Secretary (Hamilton) and an Ambassador and all-around polymath (Franklin) – who weren’t presidents – right fucking now.

        Not surprising this “opinion” got upvoted by Jim.

        • ScienceABC123

          And you had to resort to sarcasm and swearing to make a point? What you couldn’t make it calmly like an adult?

          • Commander_Chico

            Because I was hungover from a party, that’s fucking why.

          • jim_m

            lightweight

          • In vino veritas.

          • ScienceABC123

            Too much partying, dude.

      • ScienceABC123

        I learned something new. Thanks.

  • Paul Hooson

    Sadly, Jackson’s presidency was a setback to Republicans who opposed slavery until Lincoln was elected. Jackson prolonged slavery nearly 40 more years in America. Replacing his image isn’t a bad thing at all…

    • Brucehenry

      Replacing his image might not be a bad thing, but there were no Republicans during Jackson’s presidency — the Republican party wasn’t formed until the 1850s.

      • Paul Hooson

        It was the members of The Whigs who became the Republicans who were the early opposition to slavery. Jackson had a lot of support in the South prolonging slavery…

  • Retired military

    I would vote for Harriet Tubman or Rosa Parks.

  • ArmyAviator

    Why not Winnie Mandela? Now that would make sense, wouldn’t it? Or, Hillary Clinton…the smartest woman in history and an accomplished Senator and Secretary of State. All of her accomplishments, could be listed below her portrait.

    • Brett Buck

      In the same vein, maybe Eva Braun?

    • If Winnie Mandela, why not Golda Meir, at least she went to college in the US.

      …and I’d agree with Hillary as long as posthumous criteria stayed in place

      • ArmyAviator

        Margaret Sanger, an esteemed personage in the Third Reich would be most appropriate. As a Hitler favorite, Sanger epitomizes racial superiority theories that apply to the modern Liberal Socialist (Democrat) Party.

        • Brett Buck

          Highly esteemed by the Third Reich, and lionized by modern liberals, too. Interesting.

          • Bill_M

            And really not all that surprising when you thing about it.

  • mackykam

    We need a woman on the $20 Bill because the Susan B. Anthony and Sacajawea coinage did so well, LOL.

    • jim_m

      It’s a way to devalue our currency.

      • mackykam

        Don’t understand ‘snarcasm’, eh?

        • jim_m

          Dumbass. The whole point was that you were making a sarcastic comment about how well the coin was accepted. In turn I made a sarcastic comment about minting an unpopular coin that no one would use being a way to “devalue” our currency.

          Obviously I needed to dumb it down by about 170 IQ points for you since you couldn’t keep up.

    • Commander_Chico

      I like that Sacajawea coin – nice design, except too close in size and “feel” to the quarter..

      A dollar coin is an inevitability, maybe a $2 coin, too. Euro coinage is in the 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cent and 1 and 2 euro denominations. US coinage used to have two- and three-cent denominations.

      I’d make a dollar coin either thicker with a serrated edge, like the British pound coin, or with a beveled edge like the 50p coin, and make the 50 cent piece smaller with a distinctive feel, too.

      • mackykam

        Another one without sense of ‘snarc.’

        • Commander_Chico

          That’s for fags.

          • mackykam

            Wonder why you didn’t get it, then?

          • Brucehemorrhoid’s comment below is a sure indicator that you are dead on, @mackykam:disqus.

        • Brucehenry

          U R doin it wrong

      • jim_m

        I’d make a dollar coin like the old French 10 Franc piece, which had Liberte, egalite, fraternite, engraved on the edge. Very cool. I still keep some.

        I’d put a woman on a coin as soon as she is a dead president.

    • Brett Buck

      I don’t think the problem was the person on the coin. It was that dollar coins are very inconvenient and difficult to deal with. Not to mention that they were made about the same quality as car wash tokens.

      • mackykam

        Don’t understand ‘snarcasm’ much, do we now.

        • Brett Buck

          Given that the original seems to have absolutely nothing like it, and makes absolutely no sense assuming it, maybe I am not the one who needs to examine the definition.

          • Brucehenry

            This guy is like the comic who gets pissed at the audience when they don’t laugh at his lame schtick.

          • Brett Buck

            Like Michael Richards.

          • Or brucehemorrhoid, who is laughed at vice his jokes.

  • Commander_Chico

    Bring back the higher denominations – it’s a pain in the ass changing my money into 500 euro notes for easy concealment during travel.

    You could have Rosa Parks on the $500 bill instead of McKinley, or on the $1000 bill instead of Grover Cleveland, or on the $10,000 instead of Salmon P. Chase. Madison should stay on the $5000 bill.

    I’m sure Paul Hooson agrees – cash is freedom, and large denominations are easily hidden freedom.

    • Paul Hooson

      I have a rainmaker machine in the club where guys insert a $100 bill and it rains $100 in one dollar bills on the dancers from a blower bank machine…

      • Commander_Chico

        If I ran a bar, it would rain $99 or 98.

        Think about it.

    • jim_m

      don’t worry. If inflation takes off you will get your wish. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3e/Zimbabwe_$100_trillion_2009_Obverse.jpg

      • Brucehenry

        Is that the mega-inflation you have been howling is just around the corner for the last six years?

        • jim_m

          You will remember that one of the reasons I said that we may (MAY) get a soft landing would be significant weakening of the Euro, You will notice that the Euro may be near collapse with the current situation with Greece.

          But then nuance has always been something beyond you with your fourth grade education.

          • Brucehenry

            Hey! I have a SIXTH grade education, thank you, and I can cipher and everything.

            And your economic projections have always been real nuanced lol especially the predictions of imminent Zimbabwean doom you’ve had your hair on fire about for six years that somehow never happens.

          • Show proof.

      • Someone needs to photoshop Kenya in place of Zimbabwe so it is proper Obama paper money.

        • Commander_Chico

          Kenya had significant inflation in the 1980s when President Moi got ahold of the plates for the Kenya shilling and started printing to give to his cronies.

  • Bill_M

    Sarah Palin because Liberal Heads would just explode at the mere thought!

  • magic1114

    Hot damn, Linda Lovelace gets my vote! Mine and the now started Harley…