The proposal to remove Andrew Jackson from the twenty dollar bill and replace him with a woman makes sense to me. After all, we already have towns named Jackson, counties named Jackson, streets named Jackson, plus the Jackson 5.
Among the proposed women to bump off Andy are Eleanor Roosevelt, Susan B. Anthony and Rosa Parks, who of course, would be a two-fer.
Another nominee is Margaret Sanger, the mother, shall we say, of birth control. I suppose with Sanger twenties, your assets would have less chance of multiplying.
Should we wait until we have a female president to put a woman on the money? Let's just say the Clinton twenty? Then, when the South secedes from the Union, Andrew Jackson would remain on the Confederate twenty. Problem solved.