Amen, PoppaGator ;-)
But then I think the religious Right has demonstrated again and again that its ideas about American history, religion, and the founding fathers are flawed. Although, personally, I don't see how it matters even if the Right were correct; I don't imagine that Jefferson, et. al., had any idea just how diverse the U.S. would be 250 years later. That view could go either way, as an argument for or against their intentions in separating church and state, but I hope that they would have seen fit to expand their ideas about diversity as far as is needed in the modern world.