March of Freedom Continues in Iran

ahmadinejadWell, it turns out there were mistakes made in the vote tally from Iran, and the Guardian Council is finally ready to admit it. In case you weren’t ready to acknowledge that Iran is fucking absurd, to the point of making Floridian Democracy look like a realization of Utopian ideals, Enduring America, (through Sully), has posted this update from Iran:

A spokesman for the Guardian Council said that President Ahmadinejad’s vote total has been revised upwards after the recount.

Democracy wins again!

Latest from Iran (29 June): The Challenge Survives [Enduring America]

Ya know, I really thought this is how Obama/McCain ’08 was gonna play out. Glad I was wrong.

Did Mahmoud take the blue or the red pill?

Seems the Guardian Council took a page from the 2000 US America Supreme Court.


In a slight defense of our Supreme Villains, even they didn’t take it to this preposterous level.

Now, if they’d had the opportunity to name Bush II Supreme Leader For Life…

@Original Andrew:
That’s not the American way.. We are free to elect anyone we want in the US as long as they kiss corporate plutocrat ass.

Maybe Obama’s got a long game going, but his tone deafness on the economy is not reassuring.

POTUS role is pretty much like Galaxy prez Zaphod Beeblebrox-
the job isn’t about weilding power, it’s about drawing attention away from power….

Norm Coleman intends to appeal the Guardian Council’s decision….DEVELOPING


Yeah, his tone deafness on the economy, the failed foreign wars, tax reform, financial industry re-regulation, human rights, civil liberties, GLBT rights, the federal budget, the environment, etc.

Other than those items, he’s fine.

Caption: “Democracy – It Don’t Come Easy.”

TJ: My humble nomination for wingnut of the day, OK’s own Sally Kern. Extra fun: the incredibly ungrammatical homophobic [Thanks for destroying the global economy, gheyz!] “Proclamation” was drafted by Sally herself, a former schoolteacher. Now we know why our childerns isn’t learnin’.

@Mistress Cynica: She wins. She has a big future ahead of her to fill Inhofe’s or Coburn’s space when one of them retires or dies.

@Mistress Cynica:

Just wait till she gets her smarmy hands on a copy of The Protocols of the Elders of West Hollywood.

What the hell does that picture of Ringo Starr have to do with Iran?

Re: Ministers of Propaganda

I can’t believe I’m writing this, but I almost miss the sleazy nastiness of Ari Fleischer, the patented Reality Kontrol® of Tony Snowjob, Scott McClellan’s beady eyes, and even Dana Perino’s mindless, wiped-of-all-human-thoughts-and-emotion blather. At least they had entertainment value.

But this Robert Gibbs? I find his passive aggressive double talk to be profoundly unsatisfying, like fucking without a climax. He might as well be reading out of a phone book, or Human Resources’ 100 most boring memos, or the weather report for some small town burg.

There’s just nothing there. Nada… zip… zilch… goose egg.

He’s no C.J., for realz.

@Original Andrew: The Protocols of the Elders of West Hollywood.
FYI, it burns when you spurt wine out of your nose.

@Promnight: George Harrison demo version of It Don’t Come Easy.

@Mistress Cynica: The actual elders in West Hollywood are mostly Russian Jews, so it all fits together.

@Dodgerblue: Don’t forget the Korean elders of Hollywood – sleeper agents, no doubt.

@SanFranLefty: Mmmmm, Korean BBQ. With Diet Coke, the perfect breakfast.

@Dodgerblue: “I love the smell of kimchi in the morning…”

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