Originally Posted by panache45
Andrew Jackson has been on the U.S. $20 bill for over 80 years. Among other things, he supported slavery and "ethnic cleansing" of Native Americans. I don't know what he did in his presidency that has any relevance today. Why is he on our money, and who should be on it instead?
Martin Luther King was a plagerist, adulterer, womanizer(physically as well), liar, NOT a reverend, communist sympathizer and a whole host of over things.
Should we take his birthday celebration away, or do we still praise him cause his message was good?
In a proper America, he'd be shunned for his false nature. Civil rights doesn't need black 'leaders.'
And we could get our President's birthdays back.
The money should never change, it give us a sense of continuity that is sorely lacking in the States.
To answer your question, who should be next, John Adams or Ron Paul.