By Hamid Shalizi
MARCO, Afghanistan, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Sayed Gul walked into a small mud brick room in eastern Afghanistan, a bundle wrapped in a shawl on his back. With a flick, he plonked the package onto a threadbare carpet and hundreds of voter cards spilled out.
"How many do you want to buy?" he asked with a grin.
Like many others, Gul left a routine job - in his case, repairing cars in ...