Many of you can probably tell that I'm conservative, but I'm not part of the Christian Right. Even Jesus said, "Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar's and unto the Lord that which is the Lord's."
Our country was founded by a population of people that were sick and tired of religion being imposed on everybody. Read below, because I believe the Christian right has evolved into a fundalmentalists organization similar to the way Europe was or the Middle East.
The words "In God We Trust" were not consistently on all U.S. currency until 1956, during the McCarthy Hysteria.
The Treaty of Tripoli, passed by the U.S. Senate in 1797, read in part: "The government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion." The treaty was written during the Washington administration, and sent to the Senate during the Adams administration. It was read aloud to the Senate, and each Senator received a printed copy. This was the 339th time that a recorded vote was required by the Senate, but only the third time a vote was unanimous (the next time was to honor George Washington). There is no record of any debate or dissension on the treaty. It was reprinted in full in three newspapers - two in Philadelphia, one in New York City. There is no record of public outcry or complaint in subsequent editions of the papers.