Ousting leaders and replacing them with ones more friendly to American interests has been a part of U.S. foreign policy for decades. It is one of the Bush administration's overarching obsessions, first in Iraq, perhaps in Syria and in Iran, as that country continues to push for nuclear weapons. But while the latter is in Washington's cross-hairs, even more so given its possible involvement with Hezbollah, regime change in Iraq has proven that sometimes dictatorial power can hold a country together, while suddenly removing it risks the onset of civil war. According to leaked information in an article published in The New Yorker, last April 17, 2006, sources inside the U.S Military say combat troops are already operating in Iran, tagging targets for future bombing missions and buying the co-operation of local tribes. So the question is... do you support regime changes? I ask this due to the fact that it is this foreign policy under previous Conservative American Administrations that has created dictators and monsters that to some extent rivaled Adolf Hitler. Most notably Saddam Hussein, Augusto Pinochet and Osama bin Laden. All of which were leaders of tribes opposed to regimes who's interests did not match foreign U.S. policy. All of which were also supported, militarily (primarily through U.S weapons and subsidized grants of money). I am not going to put answers in your mouths. I want to ask an honest question and ask honest answers. Yes, No, Not, sure undecided are the answers but feel free to explain your answer. Too many extremists on here post polls with answers that are too black and white.