Be Wary of Putting Too Much Trust in Iran’s Leaders
The New York Times
26-Mar-2009 (3 comments)

Roger Cohen’s optimism about President Obama’s message aimed at rapprochement toward Iran will dissolve over the course of the next few months and years as it becomes clear that we’re no longer dealing with the Iran of legendary Persian history, but rather an Iran in the midst of a theocratic dictatorship led by a megalomaniac.

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anonymous fish

what exactly are you sick OF?

by anonymous fish on

and why?  empty words and baloney?  what's empty or bullshit about it?  or is the problem with hearing it "in the US press"?  or is it you don't like hearing it from fred.  or is this just marge going off on a rant? 

you think having your language and traditions is ENOUGH?  i'd think the 12 women jailed yesterday would disagree.  they seem to think it's a little more important than "baloney".  

where were "what" people all these years?  people who have been speaking out against the IRI? 


Vote Mousavi

by Daryush on

I am excited about him getting in to office

I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Dear Editor: bla bla bla war bla bla bla What a bunch of sheet

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

I'm so sick of reading this stuff in the US press. megalomaniac. It's not that it isn't true or that I have a love affair with sexy Ayatollahs as Fred wishes. It's just empty words and phony boloney coming from these people "Defense for Democracies". Where were these people all these years. screw all of them.

By the way, this Iran, or that iran, will always have that history. As long as we have our language and traditions, it will never be forgotten. What a dumb letter.