The sad part really is that we still do have the penny. It’s been more expensive to make for I don’t know how long. We waste ct of taxpayer’s money to strike each and every one and have been doing that for ages . No wonder we’re going broke.
This April fools joke has been discussed plenty of times in congress but until now common sense has not prevailed which is unfortunately par for the course in Washington DC.
The Dutch did away with their penny 35 years ago for the same rason, too expensive to make. The Canadians got rid of it in 2012. Better later than never.
Guesss what…….Holland and Canada still exist!! Armageddon did NOT happen after their penny was abolished !
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