Last week, the National Council of La Raza, the nation’s largest Latino civil rights group, came out in support of marriage equality. You know how the Religious Right, and conservatives in general, always like to extol the “socially conservative values” of Latinos and African-Americans, and co-opt them whenever they can? Yeah, that’s all a smokescreen. Check out Robert Knight’s reaction when a minority group doesn’t do what the Religious Right wants. Reacting to La Raza’s endorsement:
“When it comes down to it, the left hangs together,” he says. “The National Council of La Raza is a radical, left-wing group posing as a civil rights group for Hispanic Americans — but it’s anything but [that]. Its very name, [which means in Spanish] “The Race,’ indicates that it’s race-obsessed. That it has teamed up with a homosexual activist group is not surprising. They help each other’s agendas, and that agenda is to undermine real civil rights enjoyed by all Americans and replace them with minority and sexual minority quota-type civil rights that are imposed on everybody else.”
Oh, boo-hoo, Robert. Everybody is leaving you and yours behind. Deal with it.