The placement of a U.S. embassy in a nation is an important action. In 1995, Congress passed the Jerusalem Embassy Act. The Act dictated that the U.S. would have to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to the recognized capital of Israel, Jerusalem by 1999. It is still in Tel Aviv thanks to executive orders from presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
To provide equal opportunity insults, the Obama administration has ordered the U.S. mission to the Holy See (a/k/a Vatican City) be moved to the campus of the U.S. embassy in Rome. The Holy See is effectively the world capital of Roman Catholicism. The Holy See has made it clear that embassies should be set up in Vatican City. The justification of the move is security and cost savings. The State Department does not identify any unusual security problems in Italy, the Holy See, and San Marino (travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1146.html). The cost savings is projected to be $1.4 million. That is a whopping 1.4% of what taxpayers shelled out for the Obamas to travel to Africa in June and July of this year.
To my Catholic friends, welcome to the fold, you now get to experience some of the slights my people, the Jews, have experienced for millennia.