No surprise to me about the Iranian people's true leanings. The Iranian Revolution is perhaps the most misunderstood political event of the 20th century. This is not to say anything positive about Khomeni, who hijacked the revolution long after it was won (not only the Bolshevik hijacking of the Russian Revolution). Iranians then and now overwhelmingly desire freedom. This is why the Bush Adminstration is absolutely correct in dealing with Iran differently than Iraq or N. Korea. Iran is on the edge of the second wave of their revolution. Incidentally, I expect that there will be a great reawakening of Zoroastrianism once the oppressive Ayatollah regime is tossed from power.
The Ayatollah doesn't wear the "anyone but Bush" badge for nothing. He knows Kerry would not act if the movement revolted. Kerry would probably take money.
I would imagine that he's a little nervous these days with the poll numbers.
Correct. The people of Iran, as a whole, seek freedom and many are also seeking out Christianity as an alternative to Islam. The people of Iran are dissatisfied with what Islam has produced.
Welcome to FreeRepublic and I agree with you.