(via Roger L. Simon)
A recent public opinion survey of Iranians, conducted by The Tarrance Group, surprisingly found that a vast majority (74%) of Iranians feel America's presence in the Middle East will increase the probability of democracy in their own country. The survey, which was the first of its kind, found two-thirds ofIranians believe that regime change in Iraq has been a positive for both neighboring countries: with 66% believing that it served Iran's national interests, while 65% believed the Iraqi people will, in the long-run, be better off.
It's working better than I ever dared to hope it would! There are those who said that it couldn't be done. There are those who still say that it can't be done. When it is done, they will all say that it was inevitable and it would have happened anyway. We know differently.