Iran’s Election Results … President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Declared Winner in a Landslide, Who Needs to Count Votes
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Declared Winner
DEMOCRACY on display in IRAN, NOT!!!
Did anyone really think that an opposition opponent had a chance against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad? Did individuals, pundits, MSM and world leaders actually think that this was going to be a fair election? The results are in, it gave 62.6 percent of the vote to Ahmadinejad and 33.75 to Mousavi. Interestingly enough, the opposition candidate even lost in his own home town.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Really you can trust the elections results, I am for Peace
The Obama Administration is skeptical of Election results. Really? The Mahmoud Ahmadinejad government capable of fraud? NEVER! Of course this is the same Iranian government that US President Obama says its okay for them to have nuclear capability as long as they use it for energy and good. If Ahmadinejad cannot be trusted with election results, does anyone really want to trust him with a nuke?
U.S. analysts find it “not credible” that challenger Mir Hossein Mousavi would have lost the balloting in his hometown or that a third candidate, Mehdi Karoubi, would have received less than 1 percent of the total vote, a senior U.S. officials told FOX News.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khameini apparently has released a statement calling the results “final” and hailing the election as a legitimization of the regime and its elections.
Clashes have erupted over the election results between supporters of the main election challenger to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. At Red State, they have the translation to the protest going on in Iran over the election fraud … “death to this liar government.” Works for us as well. The Gateway Pundit has more.
Mousavi wrote a second letter to the clerics in Qom Saturday. The implication, says Iran analyst Trita Parsi, is that the fight may escalate and the legitimacy of the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei may increasingly come into question.
“I don’t think anyone anticipated this level of fraudulence,” Reuters cited the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Karim Sadjadpour. “This was a selection, not an election. At least authoritarian regimes like Syria and Egypt have no democratic pretences. In retrospect it appears this entire campaign was a show: (Supreme Leader) Ayatollah (Ali) Khamenei wasn’t ever going to let Ahmadinejad lose.”