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I guess they did some digging and found that the Iran election was valid, and had no tangible irregularities.

That sure puts my mind at ease.

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ext_156577
Jun. 30th, 2009 05:03 pm (UTC)
Very relieved to hear this...
And those four cities that produced more votes than their entire population... well, that must've been the hand of Allah creating extra temporary voters just to make sure that his candidate won. Can't question that now, can we. Besides, if it had been a closer election, there might have been a run-off, and that would have been a little more difficult trick for Allah to pull off. Good thing the Iranian people have a "Supreme Leader". Anything less than that and there would have been riots in the streets. Oh, what a minute....
dpolicar
Jun. 30th, 2009 07:10 pm (UTC)
(nods) Absolutely. Much like when the Supreme Court in 2000 ruled that, hey, we could just go with the total we've got, and that would be OK.
(Anonymous)
Jun. 30th, 2009 07:50 pm (UTC)
No real surprise here. Wasn't it Joseph Stalin who say something about "it's not the number of votes but who counts them that matters.
(Anonymous)
Jul. 1st, 2009 02:42 am (UTC)
oh, well, that's all right then... nevermind?
U are right I am of peace and mind! They only counted the tampered votes thats enough for me... :) They tried, good job buddi, good game, way to be a trooper.
-Common that dude looks like he smoke so much opium and pretty much blew it in every Iranians face and said eat it! Not cool.
crs
Jul. 1st, 2009 02:51 am (UTC)
I seem to be attracting some kind of weird brand of stranger replying here... The kind who fail to understand sarcasm.

For the record: I don't believe it for a minute, and still hope the Iranian people can have their voice heard, somehow, in the face of overwhelming force. Good luck, all.
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