Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Nobody's home.

At least that's what federal auditors have found when it comes to their own government and the 2010 Olympics.

The auditors pointed out that the Winter Games face a range of potential risks, from funding to security to natural hazards, but a committee of deputy ministers struck to provide leadership on such matters in the run-up to the Olympics hasn't met since March, 2005.


That is priceless. It is perfect.

And, of course, it is more than a blessing in disguise. It's an outright gift.

No doubt VANOC and Gord and everyone else couldn't be more pleased.

Just what they all need is some snoopy, loopy group of underemployed Ottawa mandarins to ask embarrassing questions.

So what if that's their job description?

Luge on!

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