After President Obama was snapped taking a "selfie" with other world leaders at Nelson Mandela's memorial service, the debate over funeral selfies is back.

The photo in question was taken by Roberto Schmidt of AFP, and has spread around the world as social media users weigh in on whether it was a fun moment, or inappropriate given the circumstances.

Schmidt wrote that he found nothing distasteful about the photo. "All around me in the stadium, South Africans were dancing, singing and laughing to honour their departed leader. It was more like a carnival atmosphere, not at all morbid," he wrote in a blog post.

Meanwhile, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh criticized the President for being a part of the selfie, saying that Obama was trying to make the memorial service all about himself.

What do you think? Are funeral selfies - and this one in particular - harmless fun during a serious time, or tasteless and unacceptable? Weigh in below and rate other opinions.