I guess we should update the blogroll.

Everyone’s got a blog these days. Jewish institutions, celebrities, and even fake characters like to journal what’s going on in their life. So why wouldn’t a crazy, nuclear-developing pseudo-dictator have one as well?

The New York Times featured an article yesterday about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s blog: www.ahmadinejad.ir. The site has everything from a notice to the American people to an autobiography about growing up poor in the slums of Iran, in addition to musings about the world political arena.

Plus every post begins with “In the Name of God, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate.”

Like that doesn’t get old.

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