The scales fall from Roger Cohen's eyes on Iran - sort of

The American Thinker has cataloged New York Time columnist Roger Cohen's delusions about Iranian "democracy" several times since he returned from a week long trip to Iran and proclaimed himself an "expert." It was with some interest, then, that we awaited what Cohen would have to say about the Iranian elections. It shouldn't surprise us that Cohen has recanted some of his more outrageous delusions. But he still maintains a stubborn stupidity about the true nature of the regime, as he reveals in his latest column: I've argued for engagement with Iran and I still believe in it, although, in the name of the millions defrauded, President Obama's outreach must now await a decent interval. In this case, a "decent interval" means that Obama should wait until most of America has forgotten how the mullahs stole the election, arrested hundreds of "reformers," killed up to 100 demonstrators, and beat thousands. Nothing "decent" about...(Read Full Post)

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