Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Math is hard - Boston Globe "Zimbabwe's high court rejects appeal for vote results": "Zimbabwe's High Court rejected an appeal yesterday for the immediate release of presidential election results, dashing hopes for an end to a paralyzing political crisis and prompting the opposition to call a nationwide strike."

These votes were already tabulated at the local precincts so it's just a matter of adding up the regional votes to find the national vote. Sixteen days later, the Mugabe loyalists can't perform simple arithmetic and the neighboring African nations are bringing no pressure on Mugabe to step down.

1 comment:

Persistent mockery said...

The lack of MSM coverage of this is sick, but not surprising. After all, because he stuck it to whitey, the MSM loves him. Who cares how many people had to die to steal whitey's farms?