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  • Abraham Lincoln is already on the five dollar bill.

    The penny is useless. You can't really use the penny for anything and there is too much of it. If we got rid of the penny (or at least the making of it) we could make sure we don't have inflation. In the future, inflation will be a big problem. We should be like Canada and start early to make sure we won't have inflation. There isn't really a use for the penny. That is why we should get rid of it, or at least stop the making of it.

  • Um just because

    They cost to much to make i mean who is gonna pay over the amount they made and still have to make more. Also it takes to long to make them they are terrible for the environment too. So I say we should go ahead and get rid of pennies

  • Um just because

    They cost to much to make i mean who is gonna pay over the amount they made and still have to make more. Also it takes to long to make them they are terrible for the environment too. So I say we should go ahead and get rid of pennies

  • Pennies are now useless

    You can’t buy anything with a penny anymore and it costs way too much to make a penny than it’s worth. Also, just because it honors Lincoln doesn’t mean we couldn’t use a coin that has some worth. Finally, it often takes more time to find the tiny coins than it’s worth.

  • Get rid Of the Penny

    The U.S. Mint made 5 billion pennies in that year. That means it cost more than 120 million to make 50 million worth of pennies. What A waste of money. You can't buy anything with a penny. You can't even buy a penny with a penny it cost 2.4 cents to make a penny.

  • Get rid Of the Penny

    The U.S. Mint made 5 billion pennies in that year. That means it cost more than 120 million to make 50 million worth of pennies. What A waste of money. You can't buy anything with a penny. You can't even buy a penny with a penny it cost 2.4 cents to make a penny.

  • Get rid Of the Penny

    The U.S. Mint made 5 billion pennies in that year. That means it cost more than 120 million to make 50 million worth of pennies. What A waste of money. You can't buy anything with a penny. You can't even buy a penny with a penny it cost 2.4 cents to make a penny.

  • Pennies are too expensive.

    I can't believe that pennies cost more to make than they are worth. The U.S. Mint spent $135 million just on pennies, but all the pennies are worth only $90 million, so the government lost more than $60 million in making pennies. But a penny is worth 1 cent, so it is almost nothing to me.

  • Um just because

    They cost to much to make i mean who is gonna pay over the amount they made and still have to make more. Also it takes to long to make them they are terrible for the environment too. So I say we should go ahead and get rid of pennies

  • Um just because

    They cost to much to make i mean who is gonna pay over the amount they made and still have to make more. Also it takes to long to make them they are terrible for the environment too. So I say we should go ahead and get rid of pennies

  • Why get rid of a penny it is useful ?

    The penny is not useless because if you are at a store and what you have to pay is $5.03 you can you it .If you want to get rid of the penny why you just never use pennies and the people that what to use pennies should. Why would you want to get rid of a penny? If you need a cent to make a dollar use a penny. Why get rid of it if it helps you everyday?

  • It is important

    The penny is not useless we used to have so many uses for it we don't need to get rid of it American people like the penny it even has our 16th president on it Abraham Lincoln and if he had anything to say about this argument he would have said keep the d*** penny you bums.

    Posted by: Vux
  • Get rid Of the Penny

    The U.S. Mint made 5 billion pennies in that year. That means it cost more than 120 million to make 50 million worth of pennies. What A waste of money. You can't buy anything with a penny. You can't even buy a penny with a penny it cost 2.4 cents to make a penny.

  • It would be rude to Lincoln!

    The only money that Lincoln has is the penny if we get rid of it, it'd just be disrespectful, wouldn't it? #savethepenny #morewordsneeded #pennyalltheway need more pennies ya'll! Save to charity ya'll! #saynotoeliminatethepenny #whyamidoinghashtags #15morewords #hashtagsarecool okay, just..Say no :(. Have a nice day! We need pennies, ya'll! Pennies give you good luck! :)

  • The importance of a penny

    Iowa has a tax of 1.7% how would we make that .7 if we have no pennies? Does that mean business tax price will go up? Or will the state tax go up all in one? Which will both be a bad thing because people now complain about taxes. Again, for stores how would they come up with the extra change they use? Or fundraisers that rely on change.

  • The Penny is Very Important.

    To Americans the penny shows a sense of pride for our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. A lot of Americans don't like change and would rather stay to their age old traditions. Plus, pennies keep prices cheaper, if you want to buy something that is 97 cents, but there are not pennies. The price will round to a dollar. Also, small but important charities will not have as much money, because they depend on small change donations. Fundraisers like Pennies for Patients, are charities that rely on penny donations for money to help the people the charity is for. Also, if the penny is to much to make our government should just find a different metal to make them with.

  • The Penny is Very Important.

    To Americans the penny shows a sense of pride for our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. A lot of Americans don't like change and would rather stay to their age old traditions. Plus, pennies keep prices cheaper, if you want to buy something that is 97 cents, but there are not pennies. The price will round to a dollar. Also, small but important charities will not have as much money, because they depend on small change donations. Fundraisers like Pennies for Patients, are charities that rely on penny donations for money to help the people the charity is for. Also, if the penny is to much to make our government should just find a different metal to make them with.

  • The Penny is Very Important.

    To Americans the penny shows a sense of pride for our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. A lot of Americans don't like change and would rather stay to their age old traditions. Plus, pennies keep prices cheaper, if you want to buy something that is 97 cents, but there are not pennies. The price will round to a dollar. Also, small but important charities will not have as much money, because they depend on small change donations. Fundraisers like Pennies for Patients, are charities that rely on penny donations for money to help the people the charity is for. Also, if the penny is to much to make our government should just find a different metal to make them with.

  • The Penny is Very Important.

    To Americans the penny shows a sense of pride for our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. A lot of Americans don't like change and would rather stay to their age old traditions. Plus, pennies keep prices cheaper, if you want to buy something that is 97 cents, but there are not pennies. The price will round to a dollar. Also, small but important charities will not have as much money, because they depend on small change donations. Fundraisers like Pennies for Patients, are charities that rely on penny donations for money to help the people the charity is for. Also, if the penny is to much to make our government should just find a different metal to make them with.

  • Why do it!?

    First thing, ALL of the prices that used to be in between 5 cents, would go up...Do we really need more expensive items in stores? Also, wouldn't that be a bit offensive to Abraham Lincoln?

    He's done a lot for Americas society, wouldn't it be disrespectful to just take him off? Also for charities that raise money, would people be willing to donate 5-10 cents instead of there pennies?


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