I could've fisked the whole article, but this particularly quote really jumped out at me:

"I feel like I'm living in pagan Rome," said Dan Kennedy, CEO of Human Life of Washington, who has worked on conservative issues here since 2000. ... "It's not fun always feeling like an outsider..."

An outsider? Oh. You mean like how an LGBT person might feel in an America that legally discriminates against them? Or like a Jew must feel during the Christmas season, or like any non-Christian feels when people like Kennedy insist that the US was founded as a Christian nation? (Which, of course, it most clearly was not.)

Is that the kind of "outsider" conservative Christians feel like when the majority doesn't actually legally discriminate against them, but merely prevents them from legally discriminating against others? Poor babies.