Michael Totten has temporarily moved full-time to Contentions; he's good, Michael is, and you'd do well to follow him there.
In this post he notes that the events in Iran have forged a temporary consensus of left and right in America (or in the West in general?).
It won't last, of course, but it's interesting as a phenomenon. Once this particular story is behind us, there will be much to think about. Until then, we should indeed unite in hoping for the success of the folks who wish to change Iran, since what it has been and still is, is so ghastly.