President Bush? Yes!
Those who would replace President Bush
are working to shore up the enemies
of America and the Iranian populace
October 24, 2004
As the American electorate enters the last couple of weeks
before the 2004 presidential elections the American left are
stepping up their propaganda war against President Bush.
The closer the election gets, the more desperate
the left gets in their attempt to undermine President Bush's
presidency and his doctrine for a
free, democratic Middle East. In the 1980's the Democrats were highly critical
President Reagan's initiative in Eastern Europe to wrist control
from the Communists and install democratic regimes. Decades later
Eastern Europe is home to some of the worlds strongest democracies.
Today, once again, the Democrats are condemning President Bush's
doctrine for a free, democratic Mid-East. Decades from now the
left will once again see that they were wrong. The Iranian-American
community must understand that these vocal critics of President
Bush are no friends to the Iranian populace. In fact, in order
to achieve their agenda they will back any radical group including
the hard-liners in Iran.
Some of the financial fuel for this agenda comes from US based
Iranian-American organizations that have questionable ties to the
Iranian government and millions of dollars to disperse throughout
the Iranian-American community.
Eyeing the President's broadening lead over John Kerry and witnessing
the possible downfall of the legitimacy of a failed Iranian government
these groups have strongly broadened their scope. They are actively
and desperately turning over every leaf in order to find damaging
information on President Bush. To some extent these groups have
successfully silenced the historically Republican Iranian-American
community. Using propaganda, fear tactics, hysteria and sometimes
outright lies they've scared the Republican Iranian-American community
to the side of John Kerry.
Some of the accusations fronted
by these organizations against Republicans are support for the
action against Iran, and support for establishing relations with
the Iranian government. None of these accusations are even mildly
true, but they've been effectively used by covert groups to distance
the community from the Republican Party.
That's a real shame
because the Republican discussion boards are consistently filled
of praise for Iranian students, condemnation of human rights
violations in Iran, and support for those seeking freedom, and
For example, an American Republican with no family
ties to Iran started his own website in support of Iranian
students. He favors moral and financial support to the students
You can visit his website at regimechangeiran.com.
Unlike the Republicans, the Democrats have consistently condemned
Iranian student demonstrators as stooges of the CIA on their discussion
boards, held their ears to the consistent human rights violations
in Iran, lambasted the Iranian opposition movement, and often filled
their discussion boards with downright racist and hateful comments
such as claiming Iranians are too backwards to accept democracy.
Senator Sam Brownback (R)-KS one of virtually all Republicans
who have endorsed Iranian students and their fight for freedom
democracy had this to say:
"Recently, President Bush praised
the Iranian people who kept up protests for over a week in the
face of government sponsored thugs who beat innocent women with
The president called these protests 'heroic' and indeed,
"Just as it was an important rhetorical step for
President Reagan to dub the Soviet Union an 'Evil Empire,' so
too it is important for us to recognize the current regime in Iran
for what is - an illegitimate, ruling elite that stifles the
growth of genuine democracy, abuses human rights and exports terrorism...
"To the Iranian people, I offer my continued support. This is
is made - one brave act at a time. The battle for your freedom
will be long and hard. Stay strong, and know that America supports
you, and will be there to help you rebuild your beautiful land.
Hopefully, next July - as America again celebrates its independence,
we can rejoice with you in celebrating a free Iran as well."
Not only has the Democratic Party avoided the issue, but Senator
John Kerry has publicly and openly widely condemned any sort of
support for Iranian students, endorsed negotiations with the Iranian
government in support for their hand in Afghanistan and Iraq, and
assured the Iranian government that if they aid in those countries
the US will stay silent as the Islamic Republic crushes the pro-Democracy
A recent letter from an Iranian student organization
sums it up best:
On behalf of the Iranian student movement and the Iranian diaspora
around the world, especially our oppressed countrymen, we extend
our sincerest appreciation for your leadership and efforts to
promote long term peace and democratic rule in the world.
to use this opportunity to express, once again, our deepest
gratitude for your consistent and open support of our people
in their quest
for true freedom and democracy.
Indeed, your tireless support of
our subjugated and tyrannized people has touched millions
of Iranians and they view you as an ardent defender of freedom
of hope. As one of the few world leaders that fully appreciates
and openly supports the aspirations and goals of our subjugated
country, we extend our thanks.
Let us assure you, as you plan for the conquest of Mars, that
you have already succeeded in conquering the hearts and souls of
millions of Iranians. It is, therefore, imperative that you are
re-elected this November, and you can count on our constant support,
and votes, in the upcoming election.
Even as the Iranian people take steps to wrest control of their
own country and lives from the religious extremists who have ruthlessly
dominated them for decades, John Kerry and the Democrats are putting
them in serious danger.
Those who would replace President Bush
are working to undermine his policies and shore up the enemies
of America and the Iranian populace, the extremists in control
of Iran. To them, nothing matters more than taking power in this
country, even if they have to prevent democracy from taking root
Don't get me wrong I'm against direct foreign
intervention in Iranian politics. Iran's internal affairs
are for Iran, but the Iranian
people deserve moral support. Also, I'm one of the few who'd accept
an Islamic Republic establishment in Iran, as long as it was supported
in a referendum. My point is that we should let the Iranian people
choose whatever that choice may be, but they certainly deserve
moral support in having that choice. Therefore, this election season
I merely ask you to reason through and seek the truth. Don't let
bias steal your vote.
My guess is that if the Iranian-American community understood
the issues similar to the Cuban-American community, over 70% would
support President Bush.