But the glove didn't fit. . . right?
I've said this all along: this wasn't a case of 'race' at issue, or he'd be in jail. It's a case of the rich having a different set of judicial standards. He's free not because he's black or white, but because he had a big wallet.
Or, to quote Brad Paisley's song, 'Celebrity': "I'll get to cry to Barbara Walters when things don't go my way, And I'll get community service no matter which law I break."