Andrew Jackson was in Heaven. Keenly aware of his misdeeds, he was pleased to find himself in paradise. A simple cabin in a pleasant valley awaited him.
Jackson ignored the fact that William Henry Harrison possessed a spacious lodge on a nearby mountain. However, he became quite taciturn when John Quincy Adams reached the eternal kingdom. A multitude of angels received that scoundrel, despite his corrupt nature. Adams was granted exceedingly luxurious accommodations.
Initially unsure as to the reason for his poor treatment, Jackson realized the troubling truth when John C. Calhoun arrived.
“This is decidedly not Heaven!” Jackson cried.