"They're not for some form of generic religious freedom. They're for Christian superiority, that Christians take over the courts," said Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. "They are living in this fantasy world where the majority religion, Christianity, is claimed to be literally under attack."
Three webpages of screed against them from the "nation's newpaper of record [heave, wretch]." Many of the people who read this blog know at least one ADF lawyer--although you wouldn't expect a traditional Catholic working among the Post's list of "Who's Who" of evangelicals, there is at least one. Bully for him, bully for them.