HuffPost Comedy favorite Andy Cobb is back, and this time he's taking on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Thankfully, not about his sex life, but about his cruel and deadly oppression of the Iranian people.
As Cobb says on his YouTube page:
"It turns out, in Farsi 'Twitter' means 'ex-dictator.' Mousavi's on there, and on Facebook. He never responds to my Superpokes, but it's kind of cool, check it out. But beware: in volatile times we should avoid Facebook gestures that might be interpreted as hostile acts...please, no 'Mafia Wars' challenges or throwing sheep. It will be delicate, the digital rapprochement of our peoples.
It's easy to overestimate the influence of all things Twitter/Facebook/Youtube on events in Iran, of course the battle is being fought on the streets by real people, not by icons and avatars...But if you haven't checked [Twitter's coverage] out, you're missing out on chilling real-time documentation of ground-shaking events."