Since founders were also on paper currency, if woman is to join the club, wouldn't Betsy Ross be most appropriate?
If I don't respond to you, maybe I'm tired of nonsense. I don't need the last word like some of you do.
I think Tammy Faye Baker. She seems to represent everything that the dollar does. A false picture built with imagery. Remember the Tammy Faye shirts with the lipstick eye shadow and fake lashes and you were "confident" just exactly what it represented. The dollar represents an imagery that implies it is worth something and "confidence" is the pump that keeps people thinking that. It has only fiat value, or money because we say it is. Tammy was a preacher because she said she was, like a fiat minister. She promoted great "confidence " that if you sent money, it would do mysterious things, the Lord's work was implied. The gov't wants you to give them money and they will do mysterious things, the "Lord's Work," like humantarian bombing, oxymoron. It's really pretty simple and I don't see how any one besides Tammy would even be considered. Also, if you give money to Tammy or the gov't it just evaporates and you are left holding an empty bag.
Last edited by DaveFagan; 08-10-14 at 08:16 PM.
I'm gonna go with Sojourner Truth. She displayed more courage and undertook more personal danger than anyone who has ever been on any money. She is a hero in every worthwhile sense of the word.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
Who wont someone show pictures of these women?
Pocahontas, Marilyn Monroe, Annie Oakley.