There is a lot of khars in Iran; everyone whom wanted Khomeini and an Islamic Republic, in my ever humble opinion, was khar. If they still think the revolution was a good thing, then you can change the "was" to "is".
Whomever thinks a democratic BUT Islamic Iran is the way to go, is also khar. You cannot mix religion and government. There is no ands, ifs and buts. You can't piss in the left side of a bucket of water and then drink from the right side. ie religion messes up politics and vice versa.
Because we have so many khars in Iran, a creature like Ahmadinejad ends up as the president of a country with the rich history of Iran. Reza Shah was 1 leader and Ahmadi is another; and thats after 50 years. What a progress.
Having said that, what the hell is happening here in the U.S. for God sake? How come there is so many olaghs in America now? I listened to a few minutes of the Republican convention yesterday and today and there was so much infusion of Christianity and religion into every speech that made me want to vomit.
I started imagining the speakers at the RNC with ammameh and abaa and some facial hair as I watched the reaction of the 15000 or so olaghs in the audience. I swear the God they are not any different from the villagers in Iran who haven't finished elementry school.
Tonight we have the bounty of listening to Sara Palin speak as the VP nominie; a woman who is barely outside the boundries of white-trash-dom is going to run the most powerful nation on earth in case something happens to the President.
I doubt Sara joon is as much of an olagh as G.W. Bush. Actually any olagh compared to Bush is Einstein. Nevertheless, the idea of a has been, B class, beautty queen, religous fanatic, Christian nut job in the oval office does NOT sit well with me. I'll take the inexeprienced black dude.
I think the khars have it. Ahmadinejad is a better fit for Iran compared to Palin for the U.S. (excuse me, the world).
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