If morals are relative, is it wrong to impose one's values on another group? No, says William F. Vallicella. If moral are relative, the nothing is objectively wrong. So the value of imposing one's values on someone else cannot be wrong in the sense that everyone must admit it's wrong. So the best one can say is that in his value system it is wrong to impose values on another.
See, one can disagree with an objective morality and still impose his values on others.
(Hat Tip: Sago Boulevard)