Jun 13, 2009

Iran election: landslide win for Ahmadinejad

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (shown below) has been declared the winner in a disputed election.

The government said on Saturday that Ahmadinejad won Friday's presidential election with 62.63 percent of the vote and Mir Hossein Moussavi received 33.75 percent of the vote.

Before the ballot counting was over, Moussavi supporters urged the counting to stop because of "blatant violations" and lashed out at what he indicated was an unfair process.

At least Ahmadinejad didn’t use dead people voting and ACORN fraud to win.

Well, he didn’t use ACORN anyway. In a country like Iran you don’t need ACORN to win.

More here.