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Don’t Inflate One for the Gipper



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Marist:

A Republican congressman from North Carolina has proposed legislation that would replace the image of President Ulysses S. Grant on the fifty dollar bill with that of President Ronald Reagan. Do Americans want this change to occur? Most do not. 79 percent think this suggestion is a bad idea while 12 percent say it’s a good one. 9 percent are unsure.

Come on. If you’re going to put the Gipper’s face on something, it shouldn’t be something that’s rapidly declining in value.


Tags: Barack Obama , Horserace , Joe Biden , Something Lighter


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