Do Republicans support a Christian theocracy?

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    Just curious about this. For the extremeo's we are a Christian nation and that's that.
     
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    No but Catholics are like the mob.
    A petophile transfering child rapist to better locations seems to be the way to get promoted in the former Nazi Hitler youth members cabal.
     
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    Define what you mean by "Christian Theocracy"?

    Like the way George Washington, James Madison and John Adams (both) ruled this nation? Where God is a daily part of their lives and decision making process and Christianity was not being pushed out of the public square and can enjoy it's constitutional place for free exercise in public? Or some sort of Margaret Atwood "A Handmaiden's Tale" type of Christian Theocracy?
     

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