Nope. It's like Chicago that way—blue island in a sea of red. Well, Chicago's more like a competing ocean of its own, but same principle.
(At the opening ceremony, one of the architects recited a humorous poem he had written about the construction of his art project, that included expressing the desire to see Mayor Ballard run against Governor Mike Pence—because, the architect earnestly explained, he had needed something that would rhyme with "fence". (Or "tense," or something.) It got lots of chuckles, not least because Mayor Ballard was himself there.)
Well, didn't you see the photos of the monument? That's effectively what it is. For that matter, "Table of Contents" is kind of that way, too.
Well, the quote was apt for the location:
And this is the circle with the big war memorial monument that people can actually go up inside that was constructed about the same time Twain said that. So, you know, it fits in.
Besides, given that I'm from Twain's home state of Missouri, at least I appreciated it.