The U.S. Needs More Recent Historical Statues – Part 1

I listened closely to the Americans who claim that Civil War statues of Southern Generals perpetuates white supremacy.  After very careful consideration, I have concluded that what America needs is more modern statues depicting more recent historical events of the 20th. and 21st. Centuries.

Many of the young people demonstrating in recent events probably are not educated in the many interesting historical events of the William ” Bill ” Clinton Presidency.  Often TV stations show a tape of an angry Bill Clinton saying: ” I did not have sex with that woman.”  President Clinton, of course, was referring to a young intern named Monica Lewinsky.  Indeed Bill Clinton did have sex with Monica Lewinsky and it was proven because Bill Clinton ejaculated on Ms. Lewinsky’s dress.  Therefore, I am humbled to propose a statue with both Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky on a scale that is three times life size.  The Clinton-Lewinsky statue should display President Clinton with an erection and the Monica Lewinsky statue should be kneeling before the Bill Clinton statue.

A stream of water should continuously squirt from Mr. Clinton’s erect penis onto Ms. Lewinsky’s dress.  This would be a wonderful reminder of our 42nd. President and all that he stands for.  I suggest that this historical statue be located near the William J. Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas on federal land.

I suggest that a second Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky statue be located near the Harry Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri.  This Clinton-Lewinsky statue would show Bill Clinton inserting a cigar into the vagina of Ms. Lewinsky.  This would represent another historical event of the Bill Clinton Presidency.  Also, this statue should be located on federal land in a fenced in park.  The U.S. can rent space for three cigar salesman who wish to sell the Clinton-Lewinsky cigar brand as souvenirs to interested tourists.

Finally, I suggest a third statue depicting Candidate Donald Trump before the Second Presidential Debate of 2016.  On October 9, 2016, Donald Trump sat at a table with four women: 1) Paula Jones, 2) Kathy Shelton, 3) Juanita Broaddrick, and 4) Kathleen Willey.  Three of these women claimed that Bill Clinton either sexually harassed or sexually assaulted them.  Kathy Shelton was allegedly raped at age 12 by Thomas Alfred Taylor.  Hillary Clinton defended Mr. Taylor at trial as his attorney.

This statue should accurately depict the five individuals seated at this table during the press conference.  This event changed the viewpoint of many Americans about Bill Clinton.  Bill Clinton was not just an older man who had sex with an intern, but he was depicted as a serial sexual abuser of women.  Ms. Broaddrick described Clinton’s attack upon her with a great amount of violence and physical abuse.  Additionally this news event clearly demonstrated that Hillary Clinton did aid and abet her husband in his sexual abuse of women.  This event was, in the view of many, the single most important event in the 2016 Presidential campaign.

I suggest that this statue with all five individuals be placed upon the White House Lawn just behind the fence that surrounds the White House.  Hopefully it will remind many Americans of the lack of integrity, courage, and decency of some of our presidents.  Also, it should remind those who know and understand history of the integrity, courage, and decency of some of our other presidents.  Hopefully, it will remind Americans that the U.S. news media disseminates both truthful and false news !

R. Van Conoley ( Editor’s Note: I wish to thank both Jean-Baptiste Poquelin and Jonathan Swift for their support and assistance. )

( Editor’s Note: Bill Clinton was one of only two U.S. Presidents impeached.  Andrew Johnson was the other U.S. President who was impeached. Andrew Johnson served as President from 1865 to 1869 and became president when President Lincoln was assassinated. )

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