El Camino Real dissects
the platform of the 'True Christian (tm) Party,' otherwise known as the Constitutional Party
. Some of his concerns mirror my own, that is, the disconcerting tendency of many right-leaning Christians to identify particular secular agendas (e.g., freezing Congressional salaries, national isolationism, etc.) far too easily with the Gospel of Christ. Perhaps this is why it's generally a bad idea to have 'Christian parties.' While it sounds good in theory, it always ends up collapsing the legitimate boundaries between secular and religious concerns in practice.