Editor's Note: Wednesday’s American Morning viewers shared their appreciation for CNN’s in-depth coverage of the Iranian protests. Many felt Senator McCain’s opinions about Iran and heath care were no longer significant.
- Alba: Thank you, CNN, for your relentless coverage of the recent Iranian civil unrest. The passionate, non-violent, majority's voice will always echo throughout history. The future generations will hear it! I make a plea to the praying intercessors all over the world. Pray for God's imminent healing of the physical and emotional wounds of the Iranian people!
- Navid: I hear a number of your viewers say that we need to stay out of Iran issues. The thing I want to bring to their attention is that this same regime that the people are fighting is the reason we are bogged down in Iraq and Afghanistan. If this regime is ousted the sooner we could have our troops back home.
- Avesta: The Islamic Regime is doing what Islamic Barbarians did 1400 years ago, burn books, hate our history, culture, enslave, rape & kill Persians. we promise they are Arab occupiers and feel nothing about Persians that is why they are sending our oil revenue to Hamas and Hezbollah.
What do you think about Senator McCain’s position on Iran? How do you feel about the viewer asking that the U.S. get involved in the situation?
South Carolina Governor Sanford’s announcement that he had been in Argentina, not on the Appalachian Trail as reported earlier, was denounced by most viewers.
- Linda: If Gov. Sanford were a Democrat, everyone on the planet would be calling for his impeachment. He makes "Blago" look sane. Isn't "dereliction of duty" grounds for impeachment....even for Republicans???
- Pam: Gov. Sanford Issue: He went to Buenos Aires to have plastic surgery. Why else would his wife not be worried, his staff not know where he really was. Love your show, you guys work well together.
What do you think about the SC governor’s disappearance? As an elected public figure, does Governor Sanford have a different set of obligations to his state than he would as a private citizen?