And promoting freedom of faith overseas by the US government actually might be dangerous. Does promotion mean using only rhetoric – as Obama did at the breakfast when he was clearly pandering in an attempt to score points with the US religious community – or does it mean employing stronger means such as coercing foreign governments economically or even militarily to change their toleration of religion or particular sects or denominations.
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