Ahmadinejad’s win has lesson for Franken

With the controversial, election-fraud-ridden victory over the weekend of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who won a second four-year term as president with an alleged 63 percent of the boat, it’s clear that Mr. Ahmadinejad has at least one lesson to share with Minnesota’s Al Franken: if you’re going to steal an election result – go big!

Franken’s ACORN-assisted election result is controversial because the election fraud perpetrated in his name was too modest, giving him a win of only a couple hundred votes. If Franken truly wanted to be Minnesota’s next undisputed U.S. senator, he would have fielded an Ahmadinejad-like win that put to rest all doubts that the fix was in.

Meanwhile, digital camcorders may be recording election fraud in Iran and Minnesota, but guess where the footage has the best chance of getting the camera man killed? Look to the west, young man…

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