Michelle Obama’s Church Outfit Sparks Controversy [SLIDESHOW]

We all know that in the eight years of Obama , he and Michelle did many inappropriate things.  Many many inappropriate things.  So, why should we expect less once they left the White House, especially when it comes to disrespecting Christianity?  Tongues are wagging about the totally inappropriate blouse Michelle wore to church.  In Italy, Michelle wore a strapless top to church services.

 Michelle and her husband, former President Barack Obama, were spotted visiting the Duomo di Siena, the Siena Cathedral which goes back to the 12th century, the Daily Mail reported. The couple has been enjoying their vacation in Italy, and they have been welcomed by many adoring fans.

But some social media users appeared to have a problem with Michelle’s choice of wardrobe. The former first lady was wearing a shoulder-baring top with high-waisted green pants. Some deemed the outfit inappropriate for church.

“You do NOT go into cathedrals in Italy with all that skin exposed, she should know better,” wrote one commenter.

“She should have some class and cover up…very embarrassing for Americans,” wrote another.

“She was so classy in office. What happened?” asked another commenter.

But not everyone felt the former first lady’s clothing was inappropriate.

“She’s traveling the world on beaches and warm climates idiot, what do you think is going to happen,” wrote one commenter. “I can’t wait for my summer bronzing.”

“She is probably enjoying being able to wear whatever she wants and not have to follow dress codes for various events,” wrote another.

The Obamas arrived in Italy on May 19 on a private plane escorted by six fighter jets and a 13-car motorcade. They also had a police car waiting for them in the streets of Siena, with a siren going off as they made their way outside.

Barack waved at the crowds and smiled as supporters welcomed him and his wife into the city.

Michelle was also spotted wearing another off-the-shoulder pink top with white ripped jeans while exploring the hill town of Montalcino over the weekend. She was seen accompanied by members of her security team.

H/T Opposing Views

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Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on Amazon.com "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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