Technically wrong. He only cares for freedom of speech so far as the other politicians, meaning, as long as it's not against him. I can't think of any better politician running than him for office, so don't think I am anti-Obama, but he has one serious flaw that bothers me a lot, which is shared with all the other politicians except Ron Paul, ironically.<quoted text>In a small way, but that misses the point of what is being said.
I think that, if one is genuinely interested in what Pres Obama thinks, he stands for freedom of speech and expression first. Your comments just show that religionists will argue interminably. All a reasonable person can do is try to take account of people's sensitivities.
If you think that Christians are treated with less caution than Muslims, in general, I think you are probably right but Christians are not less well-respected. Christians tend to be western educated, or at least open to western democratic ideals. They are also,(in the most general sense) more peaceful. This is because many Muslims are (generally) less well-educated. Some Muslims are actually taught that western democracy is hypocritical at best, or even demonical. As a result, politicians in responsible positions (such as Obama) try not to ignite violence or unrest over religious matters. Naturally, one has to be more cautious regarding the more volatile. I think Christians have earned respect by their patience where Muslims have earned condemnation and justified ridicule.
He supported SOPA and ACTA, and the latest one was passed by him, forgot the name of it but meh. He is also in support of "free speech zones," remember that nonsense? It's still around. The only politicians still on our side are the ones we elect directly, which is a scary thought considering many of the countries who don't get to elect their politicians have more politicians on the citizens' side in higher positions than us.
Lesson to learn, sometimes even the best have dark sides you must be aware of, and admitting them makes it far easier to watch for those actions we need to prevent.