It’s Pat Robertson’s turn to play a game of Wingnut Madlibs, throwing everyone he disagrees with into one incoherent paragraph in which he claims, “This nonsense about separation of church and state has gotten way, way beyond the bounds of what the Founders of our Constitution thought. We’re under assault by militant Islamists, militant atheists, secularists, those who want to destroy all of the fabric of faith in our society.”
Other founders disagreed, of course, which is why merely invoking “the founders” as a group is a bit silly. It’s not as if they agreed on how to interpret the Constitution, especially the religion clauses. But for the Christian right, every founder was exactly like them.