After reading this it made me wish you had to obtain a license to be apportioned space in a newspaper.
Deadspin* does a good job of breaking down what an absolute joke the column is.
One quote from it:
I didn't attend the '36 Olympics, but I've seen the pictures. Swastikas everywhere.
No political reference is meant, just an Olympic one. What on earth were the Canadians thinking?
An Olympic host is supposed to welcome the world. This one was too busy being (their word) "patriotic."
"Now you know us, eh?" chief organizer Furlong said.
We thought we did two weeks ago. Now, I'm wondering if Canadians can even recognize themselves.
Nice party. But so 1936.
* I know, I know, but the enemy of your enemy ... blah blah.