Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad can’t walk in former President George W. Bush’s shoes, but he now knows what it’s like to dodge one. During a recent trip to the Iranian city of Urmia, Ahmadinejad had a shoe hurled his way in an incident reminiscent of the attack on Bush during a press conference in Iraq in December. The Urmia News Web site reported Ahmadinejad was traveling to an election rally when the shoe was thrown. Of course, in the Middle East throwing your shoe at someone is a high form of insult. No word on the identity or fate of the Urmia shoe-thrower. Meanwhile, Bush’s attacker, 30-year-old TV reporter Muntazer al-Zaidi, was sentenced to three years in jail by a court in Baghdad — obviously too late to deter Ahmadinejad’s assailant.