Still recouping from the marathon birthday doin’s for the hubster, who reached his half-century mark relatively unscathed. So a quick round-up is in order while I get back into the swing of things:

The war that was Twittered: use #iranelection (thx, Jimmie) or search ‘near:Tehran within:15mi’ (thx, Gerard) at Twitter. Who needs media talking heads who try to tell you what a dreamboat Ol’DinnerJacket is, when you can get the truth from people who are there?

Stacy in 300 words or less on Iran.

I say he doesn’t care.

Ever have those days where a song or phrase sticks in your head, and then you hear it later – from the pulpit? He’s paying attention to this little world, you can be sure.

Boycotts do work, especially in a bad economy where everyone is scrambling to keep what little bit of business they still have.

OOOOOOO-kla-homa! The reprise begins.

Learn a new language for less. Top sellers are Spanish, Korean, Farsi…

This would apply in Georgia, too.

The anti-Rule 5. Ick.

I Got Your “Irregularities” Right Here

And why shouldn’t the world’s scariest crap weasel take a play out of Obama’s ACORN playbook? It worked flawlessly in America back in November. Of course, the MSM gets it all wrong – they think he’s channeling Karl Rove. Oh snort. They are grasping at straws – anything, anybody – to deflect the barbs from real Americans who are having voter’s remorse and those who saw the empty suit for what it was and still is.

But there’s more – OlDinnerJacket’s thugs are fighting in the streets and KILLING people. Iran is melting before our eyes. And what does our President say? Queue the chirping crickets – and read Gerard.


UPDATE: You guessed it; “Present.”

A cry from the heart.

Leaked election results:

Mr Mousavi’s cancellation of the protest came as sporadic disturbances continued around the Iranian capital, and reports circulated of leaked interior ministry statistics showing him as the clear victor in last Friday’s polls.

The statistics, circulated on Iranian blogs and websites, claimed Mr Mousavi had won 19.1 million votes while Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had won only 5.7 million.

The two other candidates, reformist Mehdi Karoubi and hardliner Mohsen Rezai, won 13.4 million and 3.7 million respectively. The authenticity of the leaked figures could not be confirmed.

Mousavi has urged his supporters to stay home amid rumors that police will be armed with live ammunition.

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