At least it's not Obama: The United States Olympic Committee's acting CEO Stephanie Streeter revealed Wednesday that she'll leave her post within the next five months. Her announcement comes less than a week after Chicago was ousted from the running as the site for the 2016 Olympics, an elimination for which Streeter and the rest of the USOC leadership received blame. Streeter, however, said she made her decision to not to be considered for the CEO position prior to the bid. In order to find her replacement, the USOC is forming a search committee and plans to hire a national recruiting firm. If the search does not produce a successor soon, however, Streeter could remain with the USOC through March, which is when the Vancouver Paralympics come to a close.