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Column: Washington unable to blame previous president

Argus Hamilton

Argus Hamilton

HOLLYWOOD - God Bless America and how's everybody?

Presidents Day was celebrated at George Washington's plantation home at Mount Vernon with a parade of soldiers in colonial dress. That was a man. George Washington is my favorite president in U.S. history because he's the only one who didn't blame all his problems on the previous administration.

The New York Post reports Hillary Clinton created a staff to try to keep Bill Clinton's sexual dalliances out of the press. He just flew to a billionaire's Caribbean private lair named Orgy Island. Minutes later, ABC TV trademarked the name and told Bill Clinton he can name his price if he'll host the show.

Brian Williams was defended all weekend by media allies for telling tall tales. His friends really came through for him. Lance Armstrong and Alex Rodriguez have each said that during Hurricane Katrina they were the body floating in the French Quarter that Brian Williams spotted from his window.

Fifty Shades of Grey on Sunday broke the February opening weekend box office record that was set eleven years ago by The Passion of the Christ. Fifty Shades of Grey just topped Passion of the Christ. It's so sweet when February rolls around and the movie going public's fancy turns to torture porn.

The FAA proposed new rules for drones which are so restrictive for commercial drone aircraft it could threaten Amazon's plans to deliver packages by unmanned drones. Everyone was so looking forward to the Amazon service. It will allow all of us to bomb al-Qaeda with skin care products.

Washington state officials announced they have a surplus in legal marijuana grown in the past year. Growers overproduced in the first year of legalization. Washington state has more pot than they can smoke, which finally explains why Pete Carroll called for a pass play on the Patriots one-yard line.

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