June 18, 2009

ACORN Operatives in Iran?

How else would you explain voter turnout greater than 100% in at least 26 Iranian provinces?

Statistically speaking, it is virtually impossible in any democratic election to have turnout numbers greater than 95% for reasons such as illness, or even recent death, and voters absent from the country. So it's interesting to see that more than 200 Iranian polling stations reported turnout above 95%.

Good thing I never actually considered Iran a democratic form of government and view elections there as nothing more than a dog and pony show.

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