To paraphrase Chris Rock, there is no sex in the champagne room at the brand-spankin' new William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park, just opened in Little Rock, Arkansas. Indeed, there may not even be a champagne room, or at least one that's open to the public.
But there is, in the words of the Star-Ledger, a "good-times museum," filled with, among other things,
a full-scale replica of the Oval Office as it appeared the day Clinton left office. It includes a replica of his desk, family portraits, a display of medallions from military bases he visited while in office and busts of Presidents John Kennedy, Harry Truman, Franklin Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.
For those who are wondering, the $165 million library, blessedly built with private funds, "mentions [Monica] Lewinsky briefly, and says that Clinton in September 1998 'acknowledged that he had not been forthcoming about the relationship.'"
Whole story here.
"I never lied about my job," sez Clinton in the New York Daily News.