As someone who lived under Iran's propaganda machine for almost two decades, and loves this country, I strongly believe we should reconsider our unconditional support for Israeli policies.
As long as we put the defense of one outlaw state before the defense of our principles, we should expect more terrorism and attacks on our interests regardless of who the next president will be.
My brother's green card came through just last year after 10 years of waiting. He moved to the U.S. from Iran two weeks ago, after having waited a third of his life for a better life.
Romney demonstrates a lack of understanding of the difference between Khatami and Ahmadinejad and the major political shift that occurred within Iran in 2005.
When it comes to foreign affairs, Hillary has been showing every indication that she will pursue policies that are, for the most part, very similar to the failing policies of the Bush administration.
I have read the original transcripts of Ahmadinejad's speech in Farsi and want to inform you that he never said "Israel must be wiped off the map."