Saturday Saturday Saturday. Tubman v. Jackson showdown.

For some reason the Republican congress didn’t block this.

“The Obama administration went stupid again and went stupid for no reason!”

It’s Harriet Tubman on the 20 dollar bill. Really? She’s isn’t white, she doesn’t have a penis, and she never owned any slaves. How many Indians did she murder, like two? What, zero?!

“We could use a $25 bill. Put her picture on that and we could all celebrate. That’s the smart and easy thing to do,” [Greta] Van Susteren announced smugly.

Sure you could pay your Applebee’s ticket with a Jackson and a Lincoln. But just imagine whipping out a VanSusteren and completely flummoxing the waitress. You could spend the next 15 minutes of your life trying to convince her that the face didn’t belong to a basketball player. Good times. Seriously Edith, there’s no need to call the Treasury Department.

“Some people don’t think, would rather gratuitously stir up conflict in the nation. That is so awful and yes, dumb.”

It’s dumb that we don’t have a twenty-five dollar bill. Stupid. We should put one of the Duck Dynasty guys on the thirty, incidentally.

Speaking to reporters about the possibility of Tubman being honored, [Steve] King decided to blame President Obama for it.

“He’s divided us down the lines of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, prosperity versus poverty, and pitted us against each other,” King said, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

Andrew Jackson was a man who brought Americans together. The get-togethers were called shooting parties. “Huddle up, everybody, try not to drink too much ale beforehand. Pissing in the straw makes noise.” Hot Tip: aim for the squaws.

The lawmaker, who once said that undocumented immigrants had “calves the size of cantaloupes” because they were drug mules, also called the move sexist.

King said that Jackson was “a president of the United States that was in fine and good standing.”

His credit’s good, of course. Sure I’ll take his check – he’s on the twenty dollar bill. But it might be different once he’s relegated to the history books. He’ll have to get by on the merits.

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