View Poll Results: Has the President said and done enough?

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Thread: Has the President said and done enough with regards to the Iranian protesters?

  1. #31
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    04-02-15 @ 05:08 PM

    Re: Has the President said and done enough with regards to the Iranian protesters?

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    Exactly. What is missing from the rhetoric is that short, succinct, declaration of unequivocal principle. And it is not as if there are not an abundance of images to call upon for such a declaration.

    Eyewitness: From Tehran's Streets - Photo Gallery, 24 Pictures - LIFE

    One good message that was missing from Dear Leader's statement: Release the journalists; let the story of your people be told.
    Obama's oratory prowess is his greatest and most effective weapon. This is the one time his grandiloquence can actually accomplish something beneficial and tangible. He needs to take a bold and principled stance in support of liberty or he will be judged very harshly by history, and rightfully so. The ideological war is often times as important, if not more so, than the physical war. Reagan understood this, Obama should look to his example.

    This is one issue where conservatives, libertarians, and liberals alike want the same thing e.g., Iranian self-determination. I truly hope the President can help them actualize this dream. I wish him wisdom and strength. This is more important than politics...this is one of the most important moments in world history.

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    08-31-09 @ 05:11 PM

    Re: Has the President said and done enough with regards to the Iranian protesters?

    Weakened regime best result for US
    THE Iranian regime will almost certainly reassert full control over the country in the next few days, but it will emerge from this crisis seriously weakened.

    One objective consequence of the uprising of democratic protest and frustration among Iran's population is that the regime has lost a great deal of legitimacy, internally and internationally.

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, recently the strutting peacock of the Middle East exuding arrogance and self-confidence, will be a vastly diminished figure, plainly at odds with his own society.

    In many ways, a savagely weakened Iranian regime is the best result Israel and the US could have wished for.
    Weakened regime best result for US | The Australian
    Some people claim that the US has spent $400 million on Iranian dissent
    Iran's Election and US - Iranian Relations
    I would say they have done more than enough

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