Americans Choose Michelle Obama, Hillary, Others for First American Woman on Paper Money

By Dan Joseph | August 27, 2014 | 1:31pm EDT

Recently, some Americans,  including President Obama himself, have stated that it’s time that we had the face of a woman on American paper currency.

While most likely an effort to pander to a particular demographic, Obama’s comment isn’t very controversial in itself.

The controversial part would be deciding WHICH American woman would have the honor of adorning the new bill. 

MRCTV traveled to the Lincoln Memorial and asked Americans which women they thought would be worthy of the honor of being immortalized on American bank notes.

Of course, unless we’re going to come up with a new bill of a different monetary value, we will have to push one of the celebrated Americans who already adorns our money off, to make way for this woman—whoever she turns out to be. 

That could be controversial in itself.

But if it was going to happen, what woman would you like to see on your bill the next time you opened up your wallet?

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