I'm not usually a big fan of mega-churches and their perma-smile preachers. King James-only assemblies don't get my juices flowing, either.
A famous perma-smile preacher gets on TV and appears to espouse a wishy-washy Gospel of Jesus. You can go on YouTube right now and find some clips from the now year-old appearance. You can also find a clip of a pastor from an "old-fashioned, independent, fundamental, King James Bible only, separated Baptist church and not ashamed to say so" church who first gets on the case of the Perma-smile's milquetoast statements and then laughs as he reads Perma-smile's website apology for said statements.
Perma-smile apparently loves his celebrity. He's believing his own press clippings; he cares a little too much what other think. He can definitely do a better job of not backing down from the exclusive claims of Jesus.
Old-fashsioned's point is taken. But his self-righteousness is obvious and not helpful. Also, I would have to wonder if I personally could get forgiveness if I wronged the guy. He seems earnest enough; perhaps I could get forgiveness as long as I didn't wrong him on TV.
Perma-smile should absolutely be corrected--no doubt about that. But he should be pitied for his celebrity; not attacked.