The belief that there are right wing evangelicals anxious to implement an American theocracy in lieu of the current government is gaining acceptability with journalists and politicians with liberal leanings. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2011/07/20117259426336524.html
There are political writers that are conveying that right wing conservatives are consolidating their belief system with a radical right wing group called the New Apostolic Reformation or (NAR).
The sinister threat implied by those suspicious of the NAR allegedly claims that a web of NAR supporters are trying to overthrow the government and replace it with a religious based theocracy that is being called the American Taliban.
The dangerous concept of claiming the NAR is an American Taliban similar to the Islamic radicals in Afghanistan appears to be a misguided attempt to generate fear. Claiming the American NAR leaning evangelicals to a group that murders indiscriminately and terrorizes females from attending school sounds too theatrical for serious consideration.
The Afghanistan Taliban came to note a couple of years before 9/11 when they destroyed some relic Buddhas and implemented an extremely backward prehistoric philosophy for their society. Nevertheless, the desire to equate American religious groups to this same evil Taliban has been repeated on a significant number of occasions.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2001/mar/03/afghanistan.lukeharding
The constitutional protections in place to keep a state sponsored religion for taking place, the conceptual standard of separation of church and state, and an aggressive judicial system that would throw out any attempt to install a theocratic government would eliminate any attempt to create a theocratic government.
The vast majority of senators and congressmembers are Christians already and not one has made any attempt to move our government to a theocracy. It seems strange that any babbling to move our nation to a theocracy is taken with any serious thought.http://www.businessinsider.com/religious-makeup-of-the-113th-congress-2012-11
There are those that would probably be willing to move our country to a theocratic type of government, but the more likely road would be to keep themselves separate from any governmental system. Many endorse to “keep themselves separate from the world” and would resist linking themselves to any government influences.
The “end of days” philosophy of those linked to the NAR are more of a danger to themselves than to our government. Destroying religious relics and history of other belief systems can be called insane, however the fact that America has little to do with end time prophesy suggests there is little to fear regarding Americans or America playing a vital role to trigger a cataclysmic result in human history.