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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Earlier this week, Queen Rania of Jordan outclassed the Obamas once again when she took a bigger stand against the Muslim Chattanooga shooter than our own president did.

It turns out that this is not the first time the Queen of Jordan has come out on top in a comparison with our first lady. When looking at Queen Rania and Michelle Obama side by side, it is clear which one is the better leader. Queen Rania is a classy and elegant figure who demands the respect of her people, while Michelle Obama is a loud fool who cares more about bossing us around than actually having a positive impact on our lives.

Born in Kuwait and educated all over the world, Queen Rania worked for Citibank and Apple before she married King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein. While Michelle Obama has made “healthy” eating the platform of her time as first lady, Queen Rania has chosen to use her platform to promote the far-more-worthy cause of education. Instead of bossing her people around like Michelle does, Queen Rania tries to lead by example in encouraging her male-dominated culture to embrace female education and to empower women.

Unlike Michelle Obama, Queen Rania is not afraid to speak out against Muslim extremism. Though she lives in a Muslim nation, Queen Rania said in a nationally televised address last year that the education policies put in place in the Middle East by radical Muslims need to be eliminated in order to get rid of “the ideology of hate and terrorism.”

“We need to change education policies in the Arab world to ones that ensure quality learning for our children and that instill in them the true values of religion, patriotism, coexistence, and hard work,” the queen said.

While Michelle and Barack Obama cower in fear when it comes to ISIS, Queen Rania isn’t afraid to speak out against them.

“Islam is our responsibility. Our identity is our responsibility,” Queen Rania said about the need to defeat ISIS.

I don’t know about you guys, but I’d take Queen Rania over Michelle any day!

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