Nice, but it would have packed more of a credibility punch if her husband’s administration wasn’t back home battling nuns in court and the IRS hadn’t been targeting and attempting to silence conservative groups.

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7 Responses to “In China, Michelle Obama extols freedom of religion and freedom of speech”

  1. Michelle Obama Extols Freedom of Religion in China While Her Husband Sues ‘Little Sisters of the Poor’ Back at Home | The Penn Ave Post on March 22nd, 2014 6:33 pm

    […] at 4:33 on March 22, 2014 by Jim Hoft Michelle Obama plugged freedom of religion and freedom of speech in China today. […]

  2. Marshall_Will on March 22nd, 2014 9:20 pm

    “My husband and I are on the receiving end of plenty of questioning and criticism from our media and our fellow citizens,” she said. “And it’s not always easy, but we wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.”

    Yawn. Softball 'questions' from lapdog 'reporters' engaging more in water carrying than anything resembling journalism. We can only conclude Her referring to "our media" encompasses everything from Media Matters/NPR/ABC/CBS.NBC/Democratic media COMPLEX they OWN [outright] and, "criticism" coming from Fox News, 'hate' radio and the handful of independent blogs they are actively angling to shut down…

  3. Marshall_Will on March 22nd, 2014 9:27 pm

    Funny to note faux conservative David Brooks on PBS last night concurring it was perfectly 'fine' for O'lame-o to be on "Between two Ferns" w/ Zack Galifiankas noting Bubba had been on Arsenio Hall..? Um, a 'little' DIFFERENT DB in terms of CONTEXT.

    All the while nodding the loss of Ukraine as "a tough week" for the pResident. Moving forward to urgent matters like getting 20-nothings signed up for Lame'Care. Oddly it's been noted the reason so many AREN'T is contained within the Flex-law ITSELF..! Uh.., kids explained that uh.., ( they're going to stay on mom & dad's plan until they're 26! )

    Brilliant huh?

  4. Michelle Obama Extols Freedom of Religion in China While Her Husband Sues ‘Little Sisters of the Poor’ Back at Home | Conservative Infidel Conservative Infidel on March 23rd, 2014 1:29 am

    […] Obama plugged freedom of religion and freedom of speech in China […]

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    Freedom of religion and freedom of speech, we see that and are entitled to the rights under the regulations but respect for the law.

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    Opportunity of religion and the right to speak freely, we see that and are qualified for the rights under the regulations yet regard for the law. freeonlinetarotreading.net

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