Remember how corrupt former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik was sentenced to four years in federal prison last month, for lying to the feds, tax fraud, and accepting $250,000 in apartment renovations from a mobbed-up company? One might assume Kerik is kicking it in some country club prison by now, but turns out that despite agreeing to a plea deal, he can appeal because the sentence exceeded the prosecutors' recommendation (33 months under federal guidelines). So Kerik, who's still under house arrest, just requested permission to travel to Washington to meet with a lawyer. And Judge Stephen Robinson, who told Kerik the case sent him to "a dark place in the soul" said no. Bernie is grounded. Can we get a ha-ha?