You perceive the Republican Party as being composed primarily of Bible-toting Christians--which it is not. There may be a lot of Christians in the Republican Party, but they're never going to be successful in turning America into a Christian theocracy--nor should they be. The Constitution was specifically and clearly written to prevent a theocracy--of any strain--from overwhelming government activities._________________________ WHo did you buy this nonsense from? I hope you got it at a discount. There are very close to zero Republicans who want religion as part of the country's government or have any desire to cross the boundary fo religion and politics any even semi educated person understands the disaster that looms in crossing the Religion/State boundary. Wanting your faith left alone and not violated by the state is all any religious person wants. Buying into the silly dogma that some Christian is trying to take over the country is absurd. The only people trying to influence a state religion is the socialists and heir best tool is convincing people like you with the nonsense you are now touting IMO
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