Iran Endorses Obama

Earlier in the campaign Hamas endorsed Barack Obama for President, but it later withdrew that endorsement when Obama made a statement–no doubt insincere–in support of Israel. The Islamic Republic of Iran, taking a longer view, has now made a considered decision to back The One’s presidential campaign:

Iranian parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said Wednesday that Iran would prefer Democrat Barack Obama in the White House next year. Larijani also dismissed any idea that the US would attack Iran.

“We are leaning more in favor of Barack Obama because he is more flexible and rational, even though we know American policy will not change that much,” Larijani said at a press conference during a visit to Bahrain.

“More flexible” than John McCain? No kidding. McCain has been tested, to put it mildly, and has proven that he is not “flexible.” Barack Obama, on the other hand, will twist himself into a pretzel to avoid having to make a hard decision, and our enemies know it. They’re keeping their fingers crossed, hoping that our dimwitted left-wing reporters and editors will succeed in dragging Obama across the finish line before the American people figure out that they’re voting for the Mullahs’ candidate.

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