AMERICAN IRANIAN SUPPORT BUSH AND JOIN THEIR DISSIDENT BRETHREN DEMAND FOR A REFERENDUM
In the meantime, some Iranians are asking for a referendum for a new constitution which would limit the power of the clergy to decide who can run for office. A National Appeal in Support of Staging a Referendum [www.60000000.com]
The BBC world service website recently released the results of their 2004 presidential poll. Of the sixteen linguistic ethnical groups surveyed, Persians were overwhelmingly the most supportive of President Bush. In fact, over fifty two percent of Iranians preferred Republican George W. Bush to challenger John Kerry who'd received a minuscule forty two percent of the vote. Thus, surprisingly, unlike in the United States where the presidential race was relegated to a couple of percentage points, in Iran - President Bush won by a landslide.
Now, Santorum tries to follow Sharanky's advice and advocates a Jackson-Wenik type Bill supporting freedom for Iran introduced
Go, Santorum, Go!
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