Anyone who claims the right isn't bigoted is in a state of denial. I suppose those dwindling number of Republicans who oppose bigotry are able to look the other way. This is from Bryan Fischer, one of the speakers at the "Value Voters Summit" that most of the Republican presidential candidates attended. The fact that he was included in the agenda for this conference shows just how morally bankrupt the right is right now. Wikipedia describes Fischer this way: "Bryan Fischer is the Director of Issues Analysis for the American Family Association (AFA), hosting the talk radio program Focal Point on American Family Radio and posting on the AFA-run blog Rightly Concerned. "He is a supporter of conservative causes, such as the right to life and opposition to national health care, and has been active in city and state politics. Fischer has been sharply criticized for his written and verbal attacks on Native Americans, African Americans, Muslims, gays and Hispanics." Conservative Shock Jock Reels Off Islamophobia's Greatest Hits | TPMMuckraker "Christians and Muslims do not believe in the same God." "I believe it's important that we have a president who understands that Islam is not a religion of peace, but a religion of war and violence and death." "Every single Mosque in America is a potential recruiting or training cell for Islamic terror." "The greatest long-term threat to our security and liberty is not radical Islam, but Islam itself." "This is not Islamophobia, this is Islamo-realism." "The more devout a Muslim becomes, the more of a threat he becomes to our national security.