I have to agree with the article I link below with a couple of excerpts I have chosen. Press the title for the complete article.
However, the complaint is against Christianity that becomes too involved with the Political Right and weds it.
Catholicism cannot do this in the political realm although our moral teachings on sexuality are certainly to the right politically speaking, but not our teachings on social justice, welcoming the stranger (i.e. aliens) and the like. We fall to the left politically speaking.
But Catholicism is about the splendor of truth regardless of any political implications. The Church's splendor of truth speaks either of confirmation or challenge to the political right or left!
This article is not about Catholic orthodoxy or orthopraxis. It is not about good liturgy or bad liturgy.
It is about politics and politics using religion for its own purpose and religion allowing itself to be used in the pursuit of political power--a corruption of Christianity in general and Evangelical Protestantism in particular.