Well, to start with, the President of the United States was the one who identified Iran as a part of the “axis of evil.” This incorporates an inability to understand the rationale behind an “Islamic republic” founded on the enforcement of the shari’a. (Although, considering the company he has kept, the idea of a government enforcing on all its citizens what somebody considers to be God’s law should be something he could easily grasp! :rolleyes: )
Power_Station, where did you learn English? The United States of America is a nation which is (not “are”) a unitary federal republic. I’ll accept the usage only if you debate the question of whether General Motors are making more cars than Ford, and if so, which motor makes more cars than the other(s).
However, I see Mr. Bush’s stance as one of identifying any destabilizing tendency in the world as “terrorism” and in the concept that Iran is supporting at least a few such “destabilizing tendency” movements – which would include the Palestinians. (This of course presumes that the Palestinians should be good little folks and either live in exile or under a government controlled by the Jewish majority of Israel and founded under the concept that the Jewish people are the true owners of the Holy Land. Both propositions are debatable, though one hopes not here.)