Sunday, June 14, 2009

Megalomaniac Surprises World By Fixing Elections

"In the most Iranian elections, voters have been allowed to choose between candidates hand selected by the ruling mullahs and whose differences largely boil down to those who prefer to chant “Death to Israel” before “Death to America” or vice versa. In this set of elections, Ahmedinejad was faced with a popular former Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi, who was in favor of reforms and closer ties with the West. While the election was expected to be close, the Iranian regime ignored its own election rules to quickly declare that Ahmedinejad had won in a landslide, providing numbers that even crooked gambling dens said were suspicious.

No doubt, President Obama is shocked (shocked!) to learn that someone he has personally offered to meet without preconditions and who has such close ties to world figures like Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and Vladmir Putin of Russia would stoop to rigging an election. Thank goodness our Dear Leader won’t let the minor issue of legitimacy get in the way of… more talk."

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