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    Hmm maybe the Iranian people will finally start to take back their country. That would be really neat to see happen. Unfortunately, the hardline government works overtime to squash any form of freedom.

    TEHRAN -- Iran's clerical and business establishments, deeply concerned by what they see as reckless spending and needlessly aggressive foreign policies, are increasingly turning against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
    Within this context, many see the president's long-running confrontation with the United States and Europe over Tehran's nuclear program as an attempt to demonize the West and distract the Iranian public from pressing domestic problems.

    A lot of pressure is being put upon Iran, from the inside and out, to change. But there isn't enough support from Muslims. They need to break free of the religion-based bulloney that separates them from the rest of the world.

    A relatively small group of extremists "at the top of the government around the president" are seeking to benefit from a crisis with the West, because "that way they will be able once again to blame the West for all of their problems," said Mousa Ghaninejad, the editor of Iran's best-selling economics daily newspaper, Dunya Al-Eqtisad.

    We shall see what happens. If Iran doesn't clean up it's act, they may find themselves in a situation much like Iraq. I would hate to see the US use war to end the regime running Iraq.
    I would rather see a big bang like the kind produced by a nuclear explosion. Take care of the problem with one swipe.
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