People have had "wet-dreams" about turning the US into a theocracy since the first white folk showed up on this shore (the Pilgrim Fathers were only interested in the freedom to bring everyone else to THEIR religion). That being said, I have no doubt it predates White migrations and that Clovis Man fantasized regularly about turning the American Southwest into a fundamentalist Animist homeland. The urge to bring your neighbours under the yoke of collective thought is what separates man from fungi.<quoted text>
The fringe of the fringe, so to speak. They have wet dreams of turning this country into a theocracy. It's a shame how far up the political ladder some of these bozos have made it.
But, a fantasy is all it will ever be, It will never happen. America was founded on fun (pursuit of happiness) and fun it too engrained in the American DNA to ever allow a significant portion of the population to submit to theocratic rule.
American might FLIRT with religious authority (in the '20s religion had smeared America's lipstick and got a few of its corset hooks undone by managing to pass Prohibition) but all it takes is a good public evangelical scandal to pour cold water over our national heads.
Let them have their fantasies, goodness knows I have a few of my own. I don't care if they have wet dreams and I don't involve them in mine.