6/28/2013 6:02:00 AM Column: Hernandez case reminds of O.J.
Argus Hamilton Syndicated Columnist
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
The New England Patriots dropped Aaron Hernandez Wednesday after the superstar receiver was charged in a shooting murder. This is a huge story. His lawyer will seek to move the trial out West where he's innocent until he tries to steal his memorabilia back.
President Obama left for Africa with three airliners, fighter jets, choppers, limos and buses Tuesday. It's a plan. If we can't command Vladimir Putin's respect militarily, we can destroy enough ozone to make him too scared to go horseback riding with his shirt off.
Bill Clinton hailed the Supreme Court striking down the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional Wednesday. It's a bit ironic. Bill Clinton was the president who signed the Defense of Marriage Act into law, but to be fair to Bill, he was against his own marriage.
Anthony Weiner took a five-point lead in the N.Y. mayor's race Tuesday. His story is ironic. Bill Clinton had sex, lied about it and kept his job while Weiner didn't have sex, lied about it and lost his job so the moral is if you're going to lie you might as well have sex.
The Food Network was swamped by protests Wednesday demanding that they bring back Paula Deen's cooking show. Despite her past language, nobody seriously thinks she is prejudiced. Paula Deen's food is designed to kill black people and white people alike.