FIRST IT WAS A BLUE DRESS... 

FIRST IT WAS A BLUE DRESS...

But now it's glass that former President William Jefferson Clinton is staining. Or something like that. According to the DeSoto Appeal, Robbie O'Kelly, a stained-glass artist in Southaven, has been asked to create a giant stained-glass portrait of our 42nd president for the Clinton library. Kelly told the Appeal that the largest piece of the nearly 2,000-pound artwork will be Clinton's head, which forces us to ask the obvious question: Which one?

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