Michelle Obama delivered a commencement address this weekend at Jackson State University – a historically black college, go figure – and flapped her gums about Mississippi’s religious freedom law.
In a rare entrance into a politically charged controversy, first lady Michelle Obama used a commencement speech Saturday at Jackson State University in Mississipppi to directly target the state’s recently-passed “religious freedom” bill.
A “rare entrance” into politics? Is ABC News smoking crack? This twatwaffle offers her insipid opinions on everything from Obamacare to the Academy Awards. Normally I would advise her to shut her word hole and look pretty, but, you know, look at her.
“We see it right here in Mississippi — just two weeks ago -– how swiftly progress can hurtle backward,” Obama said. “How easy it is to single out a small group and marginalize them because of who they are or who they love.”
I am literally choking on the irony – or is that Michelle Obama’s man-stink? The Mississippi legislation ensures business owners are not punished for refusing service which they believe violates their religious beliefs and moral convictions. By forcing them to violate their religious beliefs, as the Wookie would prefer, Christians and other religious people are being singled out and marginalized.
But hey, why let facts get in the way of a good rant?