There are a number of incongruities here.
First, the Constitution prohibits the comingling of church and state. It's a matter of historic record that the founders were quite proud of this, in part because several of the most famous were not Christians. So the various court decisions are correct according to the laws of our land.
Second, "pantheism" is the belief that God is everything, a view that is not out of agreement with the teachings of Jesus, and, in fact, has its roots in classical Judaism. How is it a threat?
Third, you're equating Christianity with Capitalism, which is almost inconceivable. Jesus taught the disciples to minister to the poor, heal the sick, and shun riches. In modern political parlance, Jesus was a leftist.
Not trying to bust your chops, but in these troubled times, clarity of thought is more important than ever.
By the way, Hitler was not a leftist -- despite the word "socialist" in the title of his party. He believed in Facism, the ultra-authoritarian merging of corporation and government. That put's him on the whacky RIGHT end of the political spectrum.
That's not to say I disagree with you entirely, because I don't. I agree that current conditions make the US vulnerable to takeover by a messianic extremist (personally, i was just as concerned about this with Bush as with Obama). I just don't think this has much of anything to do with religion.