From the New York Times:
One day after announcing that the number of votes in 50 cities exceeded the number of eligible voters there by three million, the Guardian Council, which oversees the elections and legislation in Iran, said that there was not enough proof of fraud to overturn the election, which official results gave to Mr. Ahmedinejad in a landslide.
These guys are amateurs. Remember the report on vote fraud released by the Milwaukee Police Department a couple years ago?
A Milwaukee Police Department investigation into the November 2004 General Election in the city of Milwaukee states that a number of problems occurred in the handling of record keeping for the election.
The 67-page report, conducted by the MPD’s Special Investigations Unit, includes areas of double voter entries, un-entered absentee ballots, 220 felons voting, and the actions of election inspectors.
The report indicates 5,300 more ballots were cast than voters recorded, and it cites 1,305 unenterable on-site registration cards in Milwaukee as a possible reason for this voter gap.
I anxiously await the following press release:
ACORN CONGRATULATES IRAN ON SUCCESSFUL ELECTION DAY