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Mehrban

Mehrban

In “Going to Tehran: Why the United States Must Come to Terms With the Islamic Republic of Iran,” the authors abandon the realist posture for a more obviously partisan stance. New York Times

faramarz

Faramarz

You see Mehrban, in lobbying business you don't concern yourself with what the other party does for a living!
Or in other words, you don't buy your meat where you get your "bread"!

Mehrban

Mehrban

It is amazing how far this lobbying business has gone. But as it is as politely as possible put in this book review, it is no secret to anyone.

Mehrban

Mehrban

How ridiculous is relying on data from a (Phone Survey) under IR to support a policy?! Phone polling under repressive IR?! You have got to be kidding!

Persa

Persa

Phone Survey, in particular if it is 1-900, can not be relied upon :)
Strictly entertainment

faraway

faraway

This is just to deceive the 'useful idiots' in the US.

Mehrban

Mehrban

Nowhere do the Leveretts take account of the role physical intimidation, imprisonment and censorship have played in silencing critics of the Iranian regime. But they ascribe the ensuing silence to consent.

faraway

faraway

Dear Mehrban: The Leveretts are shameless opportunists milking the fools in IRI just like Galloway in GB.

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

Looking at these two criminal defense attorneys I'm reminded of the Persian saying: "khodaa dar o takhteh ro baraa ham saakhteh!" One is uglier than the other.