Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of these United States. He was a Tennessee native. You can't go very far in Tennessee without seeing a reference to him: towns, streets, and buildings are named after him or aspects of his life. He's a controversial figure though, he signed the Indian Removal Act and supported slavery, but that's not what this tattoo is about. It's part of a Tennessee sleeve, and it's solely about a man's love for his home state. Home, that's a beautiful thought isn't it? Even after the best vacation, it always feels good to get home. He is also credited with this great quote, among others:
It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of government to their own selfish purposes.
Ain't it, though?