Clashes erupt in Iran over disputed election

Discussion in 'Politics' started by drjekyllus, Jun 13, 2009.


    The big election that 'excited' Obama has now caused violence in Iran. I wonder what he thinks now. Is he still 'excited'? I know what they can do, since 'Hope' worked for them in the campaign, they can use it now.

    "U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the U.S. hopes the outcome of the election reflects the "genuine will and desire" of the Iranian people. White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said the U.S. administration is paying close attention to reports of alleged election irregularities."

    Great, lets just hope everything is good.
  2. no one said democracy wasnt messy
  3. This is the biggest story of the day and the liberals would rather discuss Bristol Palin.

  4. And what we do in Amerika is messy, too.
  5. It's good to see that other countries are not passive wimps (like in the USA) when it comes to disputing rigged elections.

    Americans were lulled into passiveness by an endless late-night talkshow stream of Hanging Chads and Pregnant Chads.

    We're not allowed to talk about the non-audited electronic voting machines. Nor the no-bid contracts and political partisanship behing them. shhh...

    Even parking meters undergo more stringent testing and controls...
  6. because they lost, they have been funding groups to get mousavi to win so they can engage iran in direct talks, now that those groups have failed they say iran cheated (not that it didn't, but still), anyhow Obama's foriegn policies are bullshit, they will fail one after another, he's a real clown, and he's really stupid if he thinks he can fool the rest of the world as easily as he fooled americans

    american presidents; each stupider than the previous one

  7. apparently the mullahs have outmanuevered the ballet dancers currently in the white house again.