So, good luck to Britain's Olympic Federation, which will require its athletes to sign a pledge that they won't use blogging privileges to take shots at China. Same to United States Olympic Committee Chairman Peter Ueberroth who said last week that his athletes should focus on their sports and not the host country. Heck, good luck to the IOC who says in its own charter that the Olympics are not supposed to serve as a political platform. Really? Since when? Remember black gloves, Munich, Jesse Owens, Moscow, and South Africa? Most recently, Steven Spielberg quit his role as the Games' artistic adviser over China's position on Darfur.