"I don't think government should be in the business of morality," said David Condo, 40, of Beltsville, Md., as protesters wrapped in parkas, scarves and ear muffs marched nearby. "I'd rather brave the elements on a cold morning than start on a slippery slope to theocracy."
As though all law isn't a government being "in the business of morality!"
I also have to love raising the dangers of theocracy in America. I have a better chance of catching a meteor in my teeth than this happening, as even the old-timey Protestant cultural hegemony in 18-20th century America never came close to theocracy, but why quibble over the details?