Whatever his flaws on States’ rights and his heated feud with the great John C. Calhoun, Andrew Jackson was one of us. He was of Ulster-Scots stock (I have been to his ancestral home in Belfast), he fought to expand our living space on the Southern frontier, he battled to give us a more honest banking system and he lived the ideal life of a Southern plantation owner and patriarch. Our enemies are clear that the attack On President Jackson is a symbolic attack against us. So, we should stand in solidarity with Andrew Jackson. I do.