I'm gonna chip into this one..yes ITN, ME lol, I agree Thomas Paine, I think you know why
, but actually I thought of some before you wrote that:
Abraham Lincoln (had the balls to say "hang on, liberty and freedom for all?, this is a joke, it's a mockery, this country is currently 2 faced about this and I think we're a laughing stock until we change it"...I've been to the Lincoln memorial, read his speec, it effectivly says that, smrt cookie)
FDR....FINALLY managed to drag america into the most called for fight of good and evil the world has ever known, not that most of america thanked him at the time
Teddy Roosevelt.....Like him, I also love north Dakota, he also gave my town a citation...yes it's true, he visited southampton a couple of times, praised my forebearers highly and of course he did a hell of a lot for conservation.
Rev. Martin Luthor King jr. - no explanation needed
Ronald Reagan - maybe cus he was a crazy old coot, but I thought he was funny
Anastacia Newkirk - (I hear she's not well known in the US), but MY GOD, she's hot, best set of ahem......lungs I ever heard (she's also got a MAJOR Pair and looks amazing) couragous too especially after her breast cancer
Jenny Randolph Spencer Churchill - yes, an American, daughter of the editor of the New York times in the '20's old US money, mother of the greatest brit in history, Mr Winston Churhill.
there you go, my list.....mostly