They believe that America was founded as a Christian Nation and view the U.S. Constitution as secondary to God's Law according to the Bible.
ReBiblican politics is not limited exclusively to 21st century republicans. They are found in increasing numbers in all other parties and encouraged to run as stealth candidates as long as they win elected office.
They argue that the 1st Amendment guarantees that government is prevented from influencing religion, but that religion is free to influence government. They pursue a nation based on the morals and family values of a cherry-picked version of biblical law, a Christian theocracy.
With the advent of the Teabag Party in 2009, ReBiblicans have joined forces with those who cannot reconcile America having its first African-American President in the White House and they have become more brazen, often expressing a disturbing level of Hatriotism.
ReBiblicans consider all those who oppose, disagree or argue with them to be non-Christian and/or not the "right kind" of Christian.