Since the mint is done with state quarters, they went and moved on to presidential dollars, minting a few a year till they get all the presidents done, though they don't honor still living presidents with a coin. However, I find something wrong with their plan, they're completely omitting a former president from the rotation - Jefferson Davis. Now it is true that he wasn't a Union president, but he DID lead a large portion of the American people, was chosen democratically, and was pardoned for his treasons in the 70s. As an important historical figure in our history, i think he ought to be commemorated. Thoughts?