I heard this by a disappointed liberal that the world isn't this way or not the way she wanted it to be. In this person's vision of the world it is imperfect filled with sexest bigotry but Christians also see the world imperfect by the spiritual beliefs that they have such as not everyone believing in Christ. They also lament about 'the way things ought to be...' and spend their time, just as any 'liberal' does, trying to alter everyone's world to fit what they think the world should be like. What both sides and each person doesn't quite realize is that we only have the right to make our own world the way we think it should be. No one has the absolute right to remake the everyone else's world based on their own thinking because who here is perfect enough to know how the world should be? Its not even a matter of who has the right but who has that ability when reality is just information from our five senses processed in our head? Who has the ability to control how that information is to be processed other than the individual himself? We only have the narrow ability to make our own reality the way we, as individuals, process it. The formation of 'reality' is a combination of a person's thought process and the information they receive from the world around them. No other person's thought process can determine how your own mind rekindles that information into 'reality'. If this is not true, do you actually think we all see the color red the same way? This is the basis of individualism.