Change You Can Believe In


CHANGE YOU CAN BELIEVE IN….Via Andrew Sullivan, I see that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has not been caught up in Obama fever:

The vituperative Iranian president, delivering his first public address since President Barack Obama’s inauguration last week and Obama’s own overture to the Muslim world this week, suggested today that the “change” which Obama promised in his campaign means that the new American leader must apologize for U.S. “crimes” against Iran, including American support for the 1953 coup in Tehran and the backing of Iraq during the war between Iraq and Iran.

So, um, I guess this means Obama won’t be making that big speech of his from Tehran, like I wanted. Cairo, anybody?

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