Spiderrob wrote:I don't think most people would fully think out all the implications of it. I also think there are many people who don't fully believe in separation of church and state.
I just look at the part of Pennsylvania where I grew up. Christian religion was/ is BIG. But the denominations varied greatly and the divisions pronounced when it came to local politics. There would be almost indignity when something would be proposed by another denomination. "We can't do that just because the Catholic's want it." ""The holy rollers will ruin everything".
There's such a fracture between the various denominations that their individual agendas would probably get in the way of finding common ground. What will be right for one group, will be too much for another, and too little for a third.
Then again, I could be wrong...
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