…. that is, of course to say, the "Acorn and Americore" apparatchiks of the, forked tongue, Democrat/Socialist Ayatollah Obama.
The resemblance is striking between
Iran and the recent American election in that the elections were fixed by way of election fraud in
Iran, and evidently the people in
Iran know it. While at the same time here in the
USA “Acorn etal” is/are being investigated and prosecuted for election fraud in 14 +/- States of the
It is with out a doubt that the vicious murdering regime of the Iranian Ayatollah and Ahmedinejad funded the election fraud results committed by the Iranian version of “Acorn”, just as the shameless, forked tongue, Democrat/Socialist Ayatollah Obama and the shameless, forked tongue, Congressional Democrat/Socialist Regime, Ayatollahs, are funding the election fraud in the USA committed by “Acorn”.
Acorn needs more money! Will you in Congress continue to fund the Acorn efforts at orchestrating the fraudulent elections? Will you in Congress continue to allow illegal aliens to vote constituting fraudulent elections? Oh Yes Congress, We The People here in the
Iran are irritated. “We The People” are now all eyes and ears focused on you in Congress. We know this is fraud, just as well as the Iranian demonstrators know what fraud took place in Iran.
All of those in Congress take notice of what can happen when a population finally turns on its fascist inclined government.
Friday – 19.June.2009 –
Iran’s election is now considered a fraud by Iranians themselves. They are demonstrating at risk to their own wellbeing and even their lives, a number of which have already been Forfeited.
"Obama said that he was "very concerned" with the thrust of the statements made Friday by Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei supporting the country's disputed election results, in which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner."
by David Lightman – McClatchy Newspapers
WASHINGTON — Congress voted resoundingly Friday to condemn the Iranian government's crackdown on protesters, sending a strong bipartisan signal to the White House that it wants less caution and more outrage.
The House of Representatives voted 405 to 1 to protest the Iranian government's actions, and the Senate followed a few hours later by unanimously endorsing the measure.
The White House said the votes – originally intended by Republicans as an implicit criticism of President Barack Obama, but which eventually drew strong bipartisan support – were consistent with its views.
"Obviously we welcome the resolution," said press secretary Robert Gibbs. "We believe, despite the question, that it echoes the words of … President Obama throughout the week."
Obama said Monday that while he was "deeply troubled" by the government's efforts to quash the protests, he added, "We respect Iranian sovereignty and want to avoid the
United States being the issue inside of
In an interview Friday with Harry Smith of CBS News, Obama said that he was "very concerned" with the thrust of the statements made Friday by Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei supporting the country's disputed election results, in which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner.