That's not what I'm saying here. What I'm saying is that there is a parallel to be drawn between Muslims imposing 'Laws' which promote their religious values, and Christians who are trying to impose 'Laws' which promote their religious values. Christians certainly should be in politics, even in the Senate and HoR, indeed on Capial Hill generally, but they should not imagine that the imposition of Their Laws will be enough to make Americans 'God's People', or 'Make America Great Again', like Islamists think imposing Sharia Law on all and sundry would do for them. Christians are people who accept God's moral laws themselves and seek to influence others to do the same, by example. Islamists on the other hand accept their 'Laws' themselves but seek to impose them on others by force of Shariah law. It is the USE of the law which brings about the commonality between Islamist Governments and some particular breeds of Christian believer's desired manifestations of government. .