Our problem, by our I mean Iranians, is lack of social freedoms and democracy and their (Americans) problem is a regime sponsoring terrorism and having nuclear ambitions.
President Bush didn't address our problem as many of us wished he would, but he addressed the concerns of the United States which are terrorism and the nuclear issues.
I'd say we have done what we could to show our resentment for the clerical regime and the world knows that the Iranian regime is not popular inside Iran.
I would also like to add that Iranian people can not take care of the US concerns (nukes & terrorism) and the US may not be willing to help take care of our concerns.
Frankly, I am disappointed with the President's speech tonight.
He disappointed anyone who thought he was going to anounce a clear policy on Iran, because that's what the media had said the other day.
Any ways, it is also clear that the mullahs won't end their support for the terrorism and will not stop their dangerous nuclear programs so the clash between the west (the US) and Iranian regime is now obvious. We'll have to wait and see how it affects the regime and the Iranian people though.
Will this clash put an end to the rule of the clerical regime in Tehran? How long is this clash going to last?
I am, indeed, disappointed but I still believe that it is a bit early to come to a conclusion on this.
We're in the beginning of a crisis.