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Column: Phoenix Suns protest not symbolic enough

Argus Hamilton

Argus Hamilton

BEVERLY HILLS - God bless America, and how's everybody?

The Phoenix Suns changed their team's name to Los Suns for Wednesday's playoff game to protest Arizona's immigration law. It's just a token gesture. If they had really meant it they would have said no ticket is necessary for entrance to the arena.

A Bay Area principal sent several boys home from school for wearing red, white and blue shirts to class on Cinco de Mayo. Those are the colors of the U.S. flag, the British flag and Confederate flag. It's still not clear which one got them in trouble.

President Obama vowed to veto the financial reform bill if it includes a GOP amendment. He passed the health care bill with no GOP votes and the stimulus bill with no GOP votes. If he gets any GOP votes on financial reform it will mess up his Keno card.

President Obama hosted Hispanics at the White House to mark Cinco de Mayo Wednesday. The May date marks a minor Mexican military victory but the holiday was invented by Corona to sell more beer. It celebrates the defeat of Alcoholics Anonymous on patios everywhere.

"Inside Edition" went into Faisal Shahzad's apartment after the FBI left. The show business reporters found Shahzad's passport, which the FBI missed. It just shows that celebrities face tougher scrutiny every day than the Taliban does.


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