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What are they saying in Iran?
Posted by: mcq on Thursday, April 26, 2007

Mostly that they agree with the Democrats:
The only solution to end the dilemma in Iraq was to withdraw the United States forces from Iraq and leave all state affairs to the Iraqi government, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Thursday.

Ahmadinejad told visiting Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari that 'end of occupation' was the only way to return security and stability to Iraq.

'Continuation of killing of innocent people indicates the weakness of the occupiers in establishing security in Iraq; the occupiers are currently in their weakest phase following the invasion of Iraq,' Ahmadinejad was quoted by ISNA news agency as saying.

The president reiterated that Iran was affected more than the other neighbouring states by the insecurity in Iraq and would therefore support and stand by the government in Baghdad.
Yeah, I bet they would ... just as soon as the "occupiers" left.

Meanwhile, they'll continue their meddling. Gen Petraeus:
We have learned a great deal more about Iranian involvement, very nefarious involvement involving funding, training on Iranian soil, advice and the provision of, again, lots of arms and ammunition, including these explosively formed projectiles that have been so lethal against some of our armored vehicles.
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Previous Comments to this Post 

"Yeah, I bet they would ... just as soon as the "occupiers" left."

Well of course they would, you incurable cynic. Provided, of course, that the government truly represented the will of the people and was not just an American puppet.
Written By: timactual
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Q: What do Iran and the Dems have in common?
A: Neither one of them has met with Gen. Petraeus!
Written By: shark
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So you have the architects of the Iraq invasion and their allies in the punditocracy jumping up an down shouting "you’re next Iran" and you’re surprised to find Iraq throwing sand in the gears of your Iraq project? How stupit does one have to be to claim with one side of one’s mouth that we’re going to remake the Middle East to curtail Iran’s influence, (and change their regime)and then whine with the other side that Iran isn’t helping? Only Doug Feith knows the answer.
Written By: Retief
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How stupit does one have to be
I don’t know, how stupit does one have to be?
Written By: cap joe
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Oops. Obviously, even more stupid than a person who can’t proofread.
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