Other than Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, everyone seems to have emerged from the Vancouver Games with a more positive outlook on humanity. Russia finished sixth -- sixth! -- in the medal standings, with 15, and only three of those were gold. So Medvedev, a guy with a serious yearning for the rhetoric of the Cold War, is demanding heads roll (only figuratively, we presume) in the Russian Olympic hierarchy. The machine must once again churn forward.