Monday, June 15, 2009

A Robust Debate?

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad flashes a victory sign with an ink-stained finger as he holds up his identity cards at a Tehran polling station, 12 June 2009
"Whoever ends up winning the election in Iran, the fact there has been a robust debate hopefully will advance our ability to engage them in new ways" –Barack Hussein Obama (see source)
"This is a great victory at a time and condition when the entire material, political and propaganda facilities outside Iran and sometimes inside Iran were totally mobilized against the people and leveled the heaviest pressure and psychological warfare organized against the people of Iran,"—President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (see source)
Barack Hussein Obama and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have a lot in common. They are both excellent speakers,they both hate Bush and they both won questionable elections by wide margins. Obama with the help of ACORN and Ahmadinejad with the help of his Theocratic government.

Like Obama Ahmadinejad is claiming that his election was fair and free (see 1:06mins video)

Impressed by his own oratory skills Obama jumped at the chance to take premature credit for an upset victory by Ahmadinejad’s opponent Mir Hossein Mousavi, however playing both sides as he always does, Obama did leave room for an Ahmadinejad victory. (see :59mins video)

Barack Hussein Obama thought that his speech in Cairo Egypt would be enough to change the world or at least change the outcome of the Iranian elections so Obama announced before the election results that it was his speech that is making the difference in the Iranian elections no matter what the outcome when it appeared that Mr. Mousavi would win.

Obama could have a point; President Ahmadinejab seems to think that the current controversy that is occurring within his country and without is the product of Obama’s, the Western culture and the Western media’s mending in Iran’s affairs
"The danger I think is when the United States or any country thinks that we can simply impose these values on another country with a different history and a different culture,"—Barack Hussein Obama (see source)
That could be true because Mr. Obama stated that the United States is in no position to impose its values on any country. Yet apparently he gave the Cairo speech with the expressed intentions to affect the Muslim world in general and the Iranian elections in particular. Then just before the elections results Obama announced that he believed that his Cairo Egypt speech could have made a difference in the Iranian elections no matter what the outcome would be.

Nevertheless the Western press certainly has its nerve attempting to call the Iranian elections tainted when the biggest staged corrupted election in United States history was conducted by Barack Obama, Democrats and their ACORN affiliates to which the Western press said nary a word.

Democrats have thrown U.S. elections into turmoil since 2000 and now it seems that they have spread their political discontent world-wide even to affect the Iranian elections with chaos and turmoil to run out into the very streets of Iran. Or as Mr. Obama is terming the Iranian street riots these days, a robust debate!

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