Nice strawman with attendant denial. Of course you're done with this exchange- It's the easy way out of cognitive dissonance.Ok I understand your position. Iran should continue to alienate itself by refusing to change even if offered a chance to have nuclear energy and have sanctions lifted. No problem. As for the rest of your post it's fluff. Be prepared for military options next year if they bravely embrace their stupidity as you wish. That's what you want and that's what's likely. I'm pretty much done with this exchange. I wanted to know if you thought Iran ought to cooperate (you'll protest that they have of course) and the answer is a resounding no.
I hope that the 5+1 & Iran can come to an agreement acceptable to all, but we really haven't seen even the outline of such, other that the 5+1 backing away from the "cease all enrichment now" stance. So there's some reasonable hope for it.
I would also support an even more extensive agreement, a grand bargain with Iran that would normalize relations entirely.
Our hardliners merely reinforce their hardliners, lend them patriotic support by rank & file Iranians. In the absence of perceived outside threats, hardliners everywhere gain little traction, particularly in any sort of democracy or something near to it. It seems clear that no matter how much we might want regime change in Iran, it'll have to come from within, and a general reduction of tensions sets the stage for that, if not a convulsive change, then a gradual one.