Yeah, we've got the Constitution on our side, but the Christians have been able to violate it for so long, because no one challenged them on it. The fundamentalists are all horribly educated about what the Constitution actually says, and it's not like their preachers are going to set them straight.
Well, at least you don't have the Catholic church very active over there, right? Nothing sucks money out of an economy like the Vatican. The Catholic Church takes money from a country and passes it to the Vatican. At least your Orthodox church spends its money corruptly, within your own country. :-P
Cool, I've got the 5 parts of that video dropped into a playlist in my YouTube account. I don't know if I'll get to it this weekend, but sometime this upcoming week. I listen to a lot of stuff in the background while working on my writing, but that one is a little harder, since I need to actively watch.
I wouldn't worry about your English. Many native speakers in the US are less fluent in English than people from non-English countries. It's kind of sad.
We have the same problem with religion taking over political elections. The reason it's so annoying over here is that we're supposed to be a completely secular nation, according to our constitution. Reality just doesn't quite work out that way.
Starting in the 80's, the fundamentalist Christians mobilized and became a ridiculous political force. It's taken 35 years for the atheists to make a move and get organized. Thank God for the internet. :-P