Now this is hilarious. Bryan Fischer is simply verklempt at the notion that Mitt Romney would deliver even the incredibly mild rebuke of his extremist bigotry at the Values Voters Summit. He thinks it was downright rude and impolite of him to do so.
It was just an odd thing to me, it was just bizarre because I did not think that Mitt Romney would fall for the bait. I mean, the Left was trying to goad him into attacking me and I didn’t think he would do it – I thought he had too much class for that. What he did was completely and utterly lacking in class. It was tacky, it was impolite, it was rude, he insulted his host in the presence of the guests; the host who had made it possible for him to speak to the pro-family community. I just thought he had more class than that.When I came out into the main lobby outside of the room where we were meeting, I was just besieged by the media, just inundated, enveloped with media. I had never experienced anything like that before and the only reason was because Mitt Romney attacked me. So they wanted to know what I thought about that and I explained that I thought it was pretty tacky, I thought it was unpresidential of him to do that. And they said “when Governor Romney was referring to your ‘poisonous language,’ what was he talking about?’ I said “I have absolutely no idea.”
Jesus used poisonous language. He was the one who referred to the Pharisees as a brood of vipers. I’ve never said that about anyone. I mean, Jesus used far more incendiary and inflammatory language than I have ever used.
Wow. On Planet Wingnuttia, it’s perfectly fine to express the most vile and bigoted things about others. If they dare to respond in even the most weak-kneed fashion, that’s rude and classless. And up is down. And black is white.