They imagine themselves as the underdog, when in reality they are powerful, as in their stranglehold on education from the universities on down to pre-school.
But the liberals sure do not like it when somebody speaks truth to them!
That was the case in ole L.A. yesterday when our pro-abortion Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa claimed to be "marrying" two homosexuals at City Hall.
Today's L.A. Times reports (click on this post's title) that a lady "introduced herself as the 'Angel of the Trinity' [and] strode up to the podium to denounce the ceremony and call Villaraigosa an 'adulterer' -- a reference to his extramarital affair with a television reporter."
The Times continues:
"'I don't believe that gay marriage is morally right,' said Rosalyn Schultz of Hesperia, moments after the mayor shooed her away from the lectern. Schultz went on to warn that such unions [sic] would invite earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes."
Now, why did Villaraigosa shoo this lady away? Why didn't he invite her to stay there and "dialogue" with him? He didn't like being told the truth, did he?
Another truth is that Cardinal Roger Mahony should have been there, or out in front of City Hall holding a press conference, to say exactly what Rosalyn Schultz of Hesperia said: "I don't believe that gay marriage is morally right."
Yes, the Cardinal and his fellow bishops of Los Angeles posted a statement against the court decision on their website. But, unfortunately, Angelenos will not see that statement. We need public witness about Catholic truth.
We need all of us, starting with our Church leaders, to speak truth to power.