Friday, June 19, 2009


This is classic. In a sickening sad sort of way. At Friday prayers, Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's Supreme Leader, said, "Iran's laws do not allow vote-rigging." Since it's not allowed, I guess it doesn't take place.

Vote rigging is bad [HA!] but stoning women and gays to death is perfectly fine. Savages.

Perhaps an even more revealing quote found in the same Friday prayer sermon: "I will not succumb to illegal innovation." Therein lies the problem. It's all up to the Supreme Leader and he doesn't want change. He certainly can't have any innovation.

This is what happens when you mix politics with religion.

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