Last night I posted a preview of Michele Bachmann's interview with Piers Morgan in which she called hinm "absolutely rude" for suggesting she judges gay people. Morgan continued to pursue that line of questioning, telling Bachmann that it's the rhetoric she uses that is dangerous and offensive.
Bachmann replied by playing the Christianist victim card and defending Kirk Cameron:
"The rhetoric is far worse against people who stand for traditional marriage. If anyone gets attacked in this country, it's people who stand for traditional marriage. I mean you just brought up Kirk Cameron, right now, and his comments. He’s the one who is getting trashed right now; he’s the one who is getting called a bigot.”
When asked if she agrees with Cameron's comments that homosexuality is detrimental, unnatural and destructive to society, Bachmann says:
"Honestly, I think I've had enough of the conversation. It's time to move on. I think we've beaten this horse to death."
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP…