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Wednesday, 17 June 2009

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Iranian president Cheney embraces the next generation of Iranian fear manipulated suckers

Iran's election crisis with accusations of stolen votes, butterflied ballots and much bull shiite has brought throngs of protesters to the streets and Iranian women throwing off their burqas to display Victorian not-so-secret thongs for all the mullahs to drool over.

Since no one can come to a definitive conclusion as to who really won the election and the medieval Iranian society doesn't have a supreme court like the US of A to deliver the highest office in the land to the party that put them in life long judicial robes, it was left up to the grand poobah, the Ayatollah Kakamami. After consulting the Mullahteer Club, Allah, Abraham, Jesus and Mohammed, the Aya toldah his decision:

"The last time a national election was stolen in the quasi democratic world there was but one man who remained calm and in control of a nation in turmoil and a running mate whose nose and ass still needed to be wiped regularly. that man, though a notoriously bad shot(ask his maimed hunting buddy) that man was Dick Cheney. What better applicant to fill the position of semi-dictator and torturer-in-chief. People of Iran I give you your next President, Dick Cheney! If you disagree, he will shoot you in the face( ask his hunting buddy)."

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