Thursday, March 29, 2012

Read all about it: the New York Times found two "experts" on Iran who claim that Iran will abandon the Asad regime.

First expert:  "“You can imagine a deal in which the Iranians say, ‘We’re not going to support Assad,’ in exchange for a deal on nukes,” said Bruce W. Jentleson, a professor of public policy and political science at Duke University and a former adviser at the State Department."

Second expert--wait, this guy is familiar.  Is he not the famous Cicero of the Syrian opposition?  "Radwan Ziadeh, a member of the Syrian National Council and the executive director of the Syrian Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Washington, said that it has become “even difficult for Iran to support Assad.”"  Those two know what no one else knows, but the fact that neither of them is an expert on Iran is not really important, is it?