But if there's somebody I dislike even more, it's Kenneth "Whitewater" Starr.
The pompous hypocrite who wasted almost $40 million ($70 million if you count what his predecessor also spent) investigating Bill Clinton's non-crimes got his karma's-a-bitch last week.
Baylor University -- eyeing how much Jameis Winston cost Florida State University -- demoted its president, Starr, and prepared the way to sack football coach Art Briles.
It's all because Baylor ignored claims of sexual assault by football players -- including some who were convicted.
Which explains this recent out-of-nowhere, but too late, rewrite of history by Starr about Clinton's legacy.
According to the New York Times, "Mr. Starr was stripped of his title as university president but will remain Baylor’s chancellor and a professor at the law school."
Probably has something to do with the millions he raised for Baylor.
Starr, again from the Times, accomplished this feat, by "yoking (Baylor's) fortunes to football. Much fund-raising was centered on building a gleaming on-campus home field, McLane Stadium, which opened in 2014, the same year that Mr. Starr added the title of chancellor to his role as president."
Back in February, Starr said this in a letter: “Let me be clear: “Sexual violence emphatically has no place whatsoever at Baylor University.”
That sounds familiar.
Yep, back in 1998, Bill Clinton uttered those famous words:
"I did not have sexual relations with that woman."
What goes around . . .