Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Among recent Curmudgeon columns, cash is a recurring theme, because it’s what unites the cats and their putative herders. Today the Curmudgeon will focus on legal cash, i.e. that distributed by law. President Dilma is in a bind, because her predecessor President Lula, just before leaving (?) government, vetoed a law passed by both houses of Congress. The law in question is of vital importance to the State and City of Rio de Janeiro, because what it does, as voted and vetoed, is make the 2016 Olympics nonviable.
We recall the . . .