Okay, I'll admit it:
I'm paranoid about Bushites' intent toward Iran
Knowing they lied, rushed and botched the Iraq situation, I think I have good reason.
Should we be openly promoting the idea of democracy in Iran?
Yes, I think we should... with honor, good faith, and the utmost respect for human rights and the rule of law.
Does that mean attacking them with bombs (as we've done in Iraq)?
I say no, no; one thousand times NO!
First, you do not deliver human rights with a bomb.
It never works.
You support. You do not destroy as a first means of offering your nation's support or convincing people that your nation's intent is forwarded in good faith.
NeoCons showed us how NOT to support human rights and democracy in Iraq. They provided President Bush with the perfect blueprint (a blueprint he willingly accepted) for what NEVER to do again!
Listen to the reasoning of Shirin Ebadi (quoted below-see LINK). It's time for Americans to rely on our own sense and use our own freedom to speak out now...before we enter into another damned disaster.
"Iranian Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi has said that while she, too, opposes nuclear weapons, the West would do more good by focusing not on Tehran's nuclear programme but on promoting democracy in the Islamic Republic.
"In a country or a society where people supervise decisions and everything else, like a democratic country, the existence of an atomic bomb cannot be dangerous," Ms Ebadi said."