Can you imagine with me how we might effectively and legitimately apply this to the concept of separation of church and state? Pretty simple stuff. No more said on that issue.
However, many who prefer to promote a distorted, perverse version of separation of church and state, excluding religious and moral involvement, influence, interaction, respect and recognition of a need for each other in the affairs of governing a nation, under the guise of high regard for this misinterpreted doctrine, have very little problem violating separation of powers. This seems increasingly true of our current philosophy of civil government and of the present political administration. Pretty simple stuff. Enough said (for now).