What would those godly founders think? In some ways, they were not all that different of knowing what inticements inflicted men of their time. In other ways, I'm not so sure, for, on occasion our Lord did stop short of informing due to the lack of capacity of some people, possibly unlawfull parameters of conscience. Hypothetically though, just what would those guys think?
Well, they just read the news of what this nation has endured the last 150 years up to about 40 years ago. After reading a short time several gasp and a few unintelligibe shouts filled the air in honest appraisal, the founders could not for the time help themselves. Then they began to see the 50s and 60s. Faith, prayer and the bible now removed as the standard remark of if nothing else, thanksgiving forced the founders but to stop and mourn incessantly.
"Gentleman, dismantle all those locks that keep liberty from being true. Once again we must do the right thing, using no prop of dividing our common interest of faith in the Christian God, and stumbling to ultimate discord due to stop-measure sects, let us restore the good of the people by responsible efforts. If that means the ineitable to preserve what still is, then let the choice be theirs, we must now answer the call of all their hostility to what we have formerly established. The very response to encounter is as it has always been, enlarge faith to happiness in peace, and reduce this monstrosity and identify all such idolaters of covetous power leaching."
Persuaded my brothers here know this all too well.