As much as I love the President and his policies, we have to remember that not everybody that is around him wants his success or that of the United States. People may have their own agendas and ideologies that may be in contrast with the best intrests of the President and the United States. This brings me to the "military option" on Iran. If I am to understand President Obama's stance on this situation, it is of "showing strength" (http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/04/18/iran.ahmadinejad.speech/index.html?hpt=T2)or in Middle Eastern terms called "Rajaz Khani" (Persian term meaning to talk about your strength, your ancestors, etc.) Sometimes these things are lost in translation. For example, you hear the term "death to_____" something a lot in Iran specifically, because it is term a that is symbolic and not literal. It means more of "down with" or "may they fail" at oppressing us etc. Some of the hawks in DC who don't speak Persian and don't understand the culture and don't care to understand it would advise the President that these are "dangerous" comments coming out of Iran. However, the truth is that Iran does not want bad relations with the USA, just like in the USA there are elements of "hawkishness" that exists in parts of Iran's government, however that is not even the whole of that government either. The military option for the US should be nothing more than "Rajaz Khani" or showing of strength and should never actually be considered as an option. If anything could unite the Iranian people and that of the Middle East and Muslim World...it would be to attack or strike Iran. This would be hitting at the heart of the Muslim World with a meaning that would carry over into every Muslim country that there really is a "War on Islam" and that the US Government has fallen into the hands of Neocons and their allies. The Obama administration needs to prove that it is different than the previous administration and show that the USA is a great country and it has strength, however with the strength comes responsibility.