Good to see things staying the same. Mass protests, violent repression etc has been going on for months in Georgia (the country). This goes mostly unreported, apart for a little article buried somewhere. But that's an ally and a country where a bunch of the developed world has actual influence and it's also a country to which democracy has already been spread, so that needs to be ignored.
Anyway on to the official enemy: Iran. The election results were obviously fake. But to say that Moussavi had won, and that he deserves to be in "power", is probably as much of a coup d'état. The most likely scenario is that Ahmadinejad didn't have enough votes for an outright win (as most pre election info indicated) and Khamenei and his buddies wanted to avoid a runoff between Ahmadinejad and Moussavi which could more or less split the country more. Typical supporters of Ahmadinejad are the working class, poor (like the Basijis) because he did do some redistribution downwards while natural resource prices were high (sometimes called bribing by people who like to see it go upwards) and Moussavi getting the young, middle class, more secular (in Iranian standards) urban ones. They obviously sucked at faking the results though. Like most authocratic regimes they suck at propaganda, atleast compared to your average liberal democracy.
Moussavi would seem like a nice evolution within Iran, although far from a revolution. It's like choosing between Colin Powell and John Bolton under the Bush regime. One is a nice figurehead, while the other is pretty much a dick. Still two assholes and figureheads though. The advantage of Ahmadinejad is that he's hard to ignore, while with Moussavi we can probably pretend everything is fine within Iran. Just like in Georgia.