Iranian Protesters Take to the Streets of Iran to Protest Iranian Stuff

In response to a mounting sense of Iranian stuff, Iranian protesters took to the streets of Iran over the weekend, demanding changes to Iranian stuff. The protests were reported in the capital, which is probably Tehran, as well as other cities, which are not Tehran, according to several reports on American television.

The protests came in response to developments in Iranian politics that may or may not involve issues outside the Iranian border, the U.S. reports indicated. Protesters ran the gamut from young, urban people who look kind of American to older, scarier types, various news outlets reported.

Middle East experts interviewed on American television warned that it would be easy for others to draw the wrong lessons from the protests, which can only be said to indicate that the Iranian people are beginning to come around to the views of Middle East experts interviewed on American television.