THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 837, September 6, 2015
they're offering us the Three Stooges
and the Seventeen Dwarves for President
Attribute to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise
We are informed that the redesign of the U.S. ten dollar bill will have a portrait of a woman in place of Alexander Hamilton. That's fine with me. I like women, and since this measure will tremendously enhance the lives of women everywhere, I'm all for it. As a man, I've already received way more than my fair share of benefits from having Alexander Hamilton's face on the bill, so I say now it's the women's turn and about time!
As a well-known expert on the ten dollar bill, I'd like to share my thoughts about which woman should grace the new design.
But first, a list of the current front runners, from unofficial polling at The Washington Post:
33% Eleanor Roosevelt
While I'm intrigued by the name "Wilma Mankiller" in eighth place, my preference (she's still holding steady in last place with 0.00% of the vote) is Lady Liberty. Her visage served us quite well on an earlier, better ten dollar denomination. Who's with me on this? Can we get it done? Where do I cast my vote?
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