Alexander The Great, for his military genius.
Martin Luther, for his courage and character
Elizabeth I, for her intelligence and perseverance
Thomas Jefferson, for his vision
George Washington, for choosing not to be king
Benjamin Franklin, not only could he do it all, he did.
Frederick Douglas, if I had been an escaped slave in the the 1850s, I would probably have run to Canada and stayed as quiet as a mouse
Abraham Lincoln, for his intelligence and perseverance
Ulysses Grant, for his ability to rise to the occasion when necessary
Theodore Roosevelt, for his vision and ability to inspire others
Douglas MacArthur, he would have made a good king
Winston Churchill, he carried the weight of the free world on his shoulders, and no one could have done it better.