Next Up: PC Paper Money

What with the wild public enthusiasm that has greeted the Obama administration’s plan to put a woman’s picture on the $10 bill in 2020, and further demands for a woman to bounce Andrew Jackson off the $20 bill–all in the service of “our inclusive democracy” ( ), whatever the dickens that is–the Treasury Dept. has embarked on a campaign “to pep up our currency.”

“We are going to get rid of all those dead old white dudes and replace them with people that are happening now,” said an assistant secretary of the treasury, Debi Pothead. “Like, we are so not about white men’s history!”

Among the “people that are happening now” whose portraits will appear on U.S. currency after 2020 are, according to our secret sources, Yoko Ono, Cher, Kim Kardashian, Rosie O’Donnell, and Bruce Gender, er Jenner, or whatever he calls himself these days.

5 comments on “Next Up: PC Paper Money

  1. If the globalist elites have their way, it won’t matter anyway. They’re steering us toward a cashless society.

    1. I have been cashless rather more often than I liked, and I don’t recommend it.

      Meanwhile, California having raised the minimum wage to $15 an hour, the first result was that UCal Berkeley got rid of a couple hundred minimum wage jobs. Surprise, surprise.

      I think “cashless” will turn out to mean we’re all broke.

    2. Indeed. Many of us just barely squeak by each month – and we need some WD-40 to do it!

      Do these people demanding $15 an hour minimum wage realize will only serve to decrease the number of available positions and work hours? Maybe they don’t care, as long as it isn’t their position and hours that are eliminated. This includes the ‘establishment’ even though they sure make much more than minimum wage. If they continue to disregard us, they may be seeking the unemployment line. That would be justice.

    3. There’s nothing wrong with this country that permanent and complete banishment of our entire ruling class wouldn’t cure.

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