Dalton McGuinty, meet Ben Johnson. Your inspiration, perhaps.
Ontario's ex-premier is riding off into the sunset today.
Well, more like running towards the horizon, furiously flapping his hands behind him, trying to douse the flames of scandal that roast his backside on the way. Already done as preem, he's now resigned as a member of the Ontario legislature, his former party trying to glue itself back together as he bolts.
Will he ever come back?
For inspiraton, McGuinty needs only to cast his gaze a block or so north of Ontario's legislature, to Varsity Stadium, where another comeback was just attempted.
Johnson, who once ran so fast that you'd have thought his keester was on fire, blazed a trail at the Toronto International Track And Field Games on Tuesday night.
'Blazed' may not exactly be the term.
Anchoring his pro/am team - who even knew there was such a thing as pro/am sprinting? - Johnson left the others in his wake and sailed through the finish line tape some 30 metres aheadRead More »from Ben Johnson races again, wins at Toronto International Track and Field Games