by aliatbesh1234
Dear fellow Iranian-American friends and colleagues:

I am writing to urge you to vote for Senator Obama on this coming Tuesday – known as Super-Tuesday. Senator Obama has shown us wisdom, intelligence, readiness to serve the country with dignity. Barrack Obama is not campaigning for the rights of one particular group. He is campaigning for the rights of human beings. See for yourself in this video what the Senator Obama is all about!


His position on domestic and foreign policy is very clear. Since started his campaign he has not changed his position on any of the issue which our country, the United State of America is facing.

Many of us came to the country after Iranian Revolution and now we are getting closer to retirement. Senator Obama's health care plan addresses our needs in the near future. He has not received any money from drug companies and he has not affiliated himself with many different lobbyist groups in Washington.

His position on Iran our beloved motherland is very clear. Let's talk to the government and let's force them to respect the international law.

In contrast Senator Clinton was the guest of Iranian lobbyists in both West Coast and East Coast, where each plate was charged between $1000 to $5000 for fundraising. In return, Mrs. Clinton, who accepted the contributions and ate the Persian Dinner, has voted against Iran just couple of month ago.

We truly want someone in the White House who can serve the Nation from DAY ONE and can make a RIGHT DECISION from DAY ONE. As of today, Mrs. Clinton has not admitted that her vote on War was wrong.

The name of the United States of America meant a lot to people around the Globe, it was magic name, something that we could be proud of. It reminds me the video when President Kennedy welcomed the Shah of Iran in 1961, and what the Shah said about the United States:


Let get the magic back, let's vote Obama!

As a reminder people in NJ can vote on Tuesday for the Senator. Thank you for your support.

Sincerely yours,



Re: Obama is as corrupt as Hilary

by Jon E. (not verified) on

Obviouly you are one of the rear republican who loves to bomb everyone. Your friend McCain said: "Bomb, bomb Iran". You are referring to India disaster. Reminds me old Persian proverb: "Goz be Ghafele che rabiyi dare".

That was in 1980 when Obama was 16 years old and Clinton was 27!

Wake up do your homework!


Obama is as corrupt as Hilary

by Roger Rabit (not verified) on

Just look at the companies that lend their support to these two. Some of the worst of the pharmaceutical companies and the worst of the defence and chemical companies, e.g. Union Carbide, (remember Bohpal India 1984) lend their support to these two. And now Teddy Kenneday has jumped on the bandwagon. Kennedy's approval of Obama may win him the Democrtic nomination but, happily for the Republicans, it would be a blessing in disguise! So Thank you Teddy :)


Importance of US Elections

by Anon on


Obama talks while Hillary walks.

by local man (not verified) on

When it comes to choosing the president i always wait to the last debate of both parties. That said, i was convinced that Mrs. Hillary Clinton is the better suited to be the next president of the United States. She will bring experience that will assist in the changes of which Obama is just talking. change will never happen if you lack experience to make it actually occur. Obama talks a good line but Hillary has walked more in her past.

David ET

Hillary Exposed:

by David ET on


Obama: kind of leader that only comes along every 20-40 years

by salim on

Obama's economic policies has been ranked by NPR and Post a lot higher and more effective that HRC. He is a type of leader that we have not seen and are not likely to see again.

Vote Obama!


35 years of experience doing what?

by Anon on

Hillary Clinton is in her second term as a US Senator from NY. How does two term as a senator amount to 35 years of political experience? Does being married to Bill count as HER having political experience? Is it experience through osmosis? By that logic, I am a medical doctor since I hang out with medical doctors all the time!

Clinton, like the rest of the Democtracts is a whobbler, and will say whatever suits her to get votes/elected. She has no back-bone (like the rest of the members of her party). She can't argue and present a good campaign so she has her husband campaigning on her behalf.

She wants women to vote for her because of her gender not her politics. Again, by that logic, for whom should the men vote?

She is a very unlikeable creature, and I pray she does not get the nomination of the Democratic Party. If she does, I'll be voting for Ron Paul!

Azarin Sadegh

But I'll vote Clinton!

by Azarin Sadegh on

I like Clintons and my vote goes to Clinton. I think she has the experience and the quality of a strong president. Right now our economy needs a boost and she is the only one with enough knowledge and support (remember Bill Clinton's fine job after the economic mess of Reagan and the first Bush) capable of handling the task.

Obama needs to get mature and give us a few more proofs of his ability (besides words), but if he gets elected as the Democrat's candidate, of course I will choose him over McCain. Azarin


You mean the same Kennedy who declared himself to be a "donut"?

by Anon (not verified) on

The same JFK who was responsible for:

Cuba and the Bay of Pigs Invasion

Bay of Pigs Invasion
Prior to Kennedy's election to the presidency, the Eisenhower Administration created a plan to overthrow the Fidel Castro regime in Cuba. Central to such a plan, which was structured and detailed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) with minimal input from the United States Department of State, was the arming of a counter-revolutionary insurgency composed of anti-Castro Cubans.[17] U.S.-trained Cuban insurgents were to invade Cuba and instigate an uprising among the Cuban people in hopes of removing Castro from power. On April 17, 1961, Kennedy ordered the previously planned invasion of Cuba to proceed. With support from the CIA, in what is known as the Bay of Pigs Invasion, 1,500 U.S.-trained Cuban exiles, called "Brigade 2506," returned to the island in the hope of deposing Castro. However, Kennedy ordered the invasion to take place without U.S. air support. By April 19, 1961, the Cuban government had captured or killed the invading exiles, and Kennedy was forced to negotiate for the release of the 1,189 survivors. The failure of the plan originated in a lack of dialog among the military leadership, a result of which was the complete lack of naval support in the face of organized artillery troops on the island who easily incapacitated the exile force as it landed on the beach.[18] After 20 months, Cuba released the captured exiles in exchange for $53 million worth of food and medicine. The incident was a major embarrassment for Kennedy, but he took full personal responsibility for the debacle.[citation needed] Furthermore, the incident made Castro wary of the U.S. and led him to believe that another invasion would occur.[19]

In South East Asia, Kennedy followed Eisenhower's lead by using limited military action to fight the Communist forces ostensibly led by Ho Chi Minh. Proclaiming a fight against the spread of Communism, Kennedy enacted policies providing political, economic, and military support for the unstable French-installed South Vietnamese government, which included sending 16,000 military advisors and U.S. Special Forces to the area. Kennedy also agreed to the use of free-fire zones, napalm, defoliants and jet planes. U.S. involvement in the area continually escalated until regular U.S. forces were directly fighting the Vietnam War in the next administration. The Kennedy Administration increased military support, but the South Vietnamese military was unable to make headway against the pro-independence Viet-Minh and Viet Cong forces. By July 1963, Kennedy faced a crisis in Vietnam. The Administration's response was to assist in the coup d'état of the Catholic President of South Vietnam, Ngo Dinh Diem.[20] In 1963, South Vietnamese generals overthrew the Diem government, arresting Diem and later killing him (though the exact circumstances of his death remain unclear)[21] Kennedy sanctioned Diem's overthrow. One reason for the support was a fear that Diem might negotiate a neutralist coalition government which included Communists, as had occurred in Laos in 1962. Dean Rusk, Secretary of State, remarked "This kind of neutralism…is tantamount to surrender."

In 1963, the Kennedy administration backed a coup against the government of Iraq headed by General Abdel Karim Kassem, who five years earlier had deposed the Western-allied Iraqi monarchy. The CIA helped the new Baath Party government led by Abdul Salam Arif in ridding the country of suspected leftists and Communists. In a Baathist bloodbath, the government used lists of suspected Communists and other leftists provided by the CIA, to systematically murder untold numbers of Iraq's educated elite — killings in which Saddam Hussein himself is said to have participated. The victims included hundreds of doctors, teachers, technicians, lawyers and other professionals as well as military and political figures.[27][28][29] According to an op-ed in the New York Times, the U.S. sent arms to the new regime, weapons later used against the same Kurdish insurgents the U.S. supported against Kassem and then abandoned. American and UK oil and other interests, including Mobil, Bechtel and British Petroleum, were conducting business in Iraq.[27]

The choice between Obama and a Femenazi Clinton is not much of a choice, is it!