Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A recent Curmudgeon column dealt with the bind President Dilma found herself in because her predecessor Lula, just before leaving (?) office, vetoed a law passed by both houses of Congress. The law in question created a mammoth problem for the state and city of Rio de Janeiro, because it would make the 2016 Rio Olympics financially nonviable.
President Lula, Governor Cabral and Mayor Paes all swore to the IOC that the money would be . . .