It's not about a theocracy. It would still endorse freedom of religion. If you're an atheist who believes in moral community standards (not necessarily legislated, but not outlawed by government either) and the right of the people to make their own laws, then join up. It's just a back to the basics idea. It's not about legislating Christianity. I would be firmly against that. But religious expression would not be banned and labeled coercive, even in the public square.
When push comes to shove, I'll be with you. But I think our current form of government is the correct one. And I don't believe that it legitimately bans public religious expression. For example, I've been enraged by the attacks on our Mojave Desert Cross WWI memorial. I want Christmas parties back. I want the KJV back in the classroom, along with Shakespeare. Both are banned for their relevance to history and lack of respect for liberal biases.
Political correctness is going to be the death of our society, and no amount of "relegislation" is going to solve it. Secession might offer us relief, but it's a form of surrender. I want the Constitution to be applied, and I want a republic that follows its laws and refuses to ignore the traditions and beliefs of its people. And I'm willing to fight to defend what we've lost and help reinstate it. The lawbreakers are those handing out worthless pieces of paper. They call it a form of abolition, but each drop of ink is a bonfire of anarchy.
My friends, the ones who are seceding are the same sex civil clerks. They're hardly any better than the stamp tax collectors that helped start our revolutionary war.
"an aetheist who believes in moral community standards"
Seems like an interesting concept--but whos standards? It would seem that if "Christians" have trouble discerning that,say, abortion is wrong, then what would be the community be that the aetheist should or would adhere?
Theocracy doesn't scare me, it's just another liberal bugaboo like McCarthyism. I would narrow down freedom of religion to freedom of Christian denominations.