It's really too bad that a FReeper can't respond meaningfully to a sincere post by a fellow FReeper and has to resort to nasty sarcasm. But I guess that's the way things are.
Jefferson's sympathy for Jacobinism is not satire; it's a fact of history. So is the fact that there is something very unusual about "conservatives" who celebrate "the people" and attack "aristocracy"--particularly when they do so from an inherited semi-feudal estate.
And finally, it is a simple fact that even the Hamilton-hating neo-Confederates have now come to champion Hamilton's protective tariffs (something their ancestors fought against) even as they continue to oppose the sinister Bank.
However, Jefferson was an extremely intelligent man (perhaps even a genius) and played an important part in the founding of our country, and his interpretation of the Constitution, along with Hamilton's, are the two Constitutional theories that go back to the very beginning. I am quite sure that he was also a much more pleasant person than some of his admirers.