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June 19th, 2009
06:08 AM ET
soundoff (8 Responses)
  1. nancy

    The US has no right to interfere in ANY Governments' elections. Iran has been at war with itself forever. The US has enough on it's OWN plate to get in a tizzie over Iran's elections.

    June 22, 2009 at 10:05 am |
  2. Wasay

    I completly agree with Rob US UK or any other country does not have the right to interfere in matter of Iran and should leave it for them to figure, people keep talking about human rights violations in Iran and I tell them to open their eyes and look at Afganistan the recent incident in Farah which killed about 140 innocent civilians and this is not a isolated incident, what happned in Palastine is a violation? supplying Isreal with bombs to kill Palastinians is violation, continued settlements on Palastinian land is violation, raping women and torturing innocent Iraqis is violation, detaining men in gitmo without any legal rights, these are violations of human rights. Its best for the US and UK and all other nations to keep out of Iran and stop bullying the world..

    June 19, 2009 at 1:01 pm |
  3. Sandy

    I continue to be proud of my president. He is an intelligent and thoughtful man who doesn't need to prove himself with a hate agenda. I didn't like seeing the rioting in Iran and could only think that it was detrimental to their cause. I will continue to pray for peace, security and freedom for Iran.

    June 19, 2009 at 12:18 pm |
  4. Daniel Nelson

    Doesn't anybody see the hatefulness within the Shiite clerics souls? They call on their religious beliefs for death to America, Israel and Briton. These people are the anti-Christ who also persecute Christians within their country and soon will kill their own people who would rather live a more Christian like life than the way these clerics do who hate sinners and would stone, flog and even kill people who sin and those who go against their religious beliefs! WE MUST HELP THEIR PEOPLE WHO WANT BETTER RELATIONS WITH THE WESTERN WORLD AND A BETTER LIFE THAN WHAT THEIR RELIGIOUS FANATICS OFFER THEM!

    June 19, 2009 at 11:30 am |
  5. Rob

    I have to agree with J Phillips that we need to ignore the likes of McCain and other wreckless R's who push Obama to force things in Iran. I feel it is likely that the vote was fixed like old time Chicago voting box stuffing or multiple voting. They use to say vote early and often in Chicago back in 50's and 60's.

    I think Iran needs to make their own future and it is way to early to be public about support of a new government. USA played key role in over throwing the Iran democracy to install the Shaw of Iran back in 50's. We know how to support a revolution and our history is so mixed and evi in recent historyl. Might makes right! The USA history in middle east is quite bad and under handed that it is amazing anyone trusts us.

    June 19, 2009 at 9:43 am |
  6. Jam

    John McCain and others like him say one another.They just want too attack President Obama. So many people in this country
    are suffering yet...they chose to pretend to care about the Iranians.
    These are the people who shouts.."Death to America," since 1979.
    I say to John McCain and the rest of them...Clean up your own house,
    and let them clean up theirs.

    June 19, 2009 at 9:20 am |
  7. J. Phillips

    What would McCain or the other R's have said if the Iranian government had waded in to the US controversy during the counting of votes in the Bush-Gore election? They would have said it was officious intermeddling. Yet they would have us do the same.

    June 19, 2009 at 8:47 am |
  8. little2scoot

    Ayatollah Khamenei is a clearic, and not the highest level of clearic in Iran. If Ayatollah Khamenei lost his office, the higher level clearics would choose his replacement. One higher level clearic has already proclaimed election fraud as a mortal sin. Ayatollah Khamenei has already proclaimed a winner before the judicial counsel has ruled on any issues of the opponents. Ayatollah Khamenei may loose once this issue is resolved.

    June 19, 2009 at 8:43 am |