Hopeful Moin

15 June 2005

The recent wave of bombing has not really affected the mood of the people. I haven't seen many people talking about it. But those who do, are seeing it as something planned to benefit Rafsanjani or Qalibaf, and to harm Moin. The instability will increase the turnout which is only to Moin's benefit.

Meanwhile, while I was at Moin campaign headquarters last night. They were quite upbeat about the new poll results indicating Qalibaf's decline and Moin and Ahmadinejad's rise. Some of them were even hopeful about the Moin lead in the last remaining days.

I also want to visit Larijani's campaign which has actually been the worse campaign I've ever seen. Larijani is such a smart guy with a rich resume, but he is such a bad campaginer who even seems lame comparing to Qalibaf who doesn't have tenth of Larijani's stature.

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