Ahhh... I get it now - you meant it the opposite of the way I took it. Well, Poe's Law and all, you know. I do disagree that things will go backward. The Christian Right "heyday" is about to end. I give it about another 15 years or so. This is simply because the numbers of the Christian Right are about to drop off substantially, as the older conservative Christian Right generation dies off, because the younger Christian Right is substantially smaller in numbers. There was a Pew Research Center survey study released just a few weeks ago that shows this substantial generational shift that is taking place:
U.S. Public Becoming Less Religioushttp://www.pewforum.org/2015/11/03/u-s-public-becoming-less-religious/
I'm not intending to refer to political conservatism in general, just to religious conservatives in particular. While there is a significant correlation between the two, they are not the same thing, and political conservativism is not inherently tied to anti-choice in regard to abortion - indeed, philosophically political conservatism has at least some motivation to want to keep government out of interference with people's lives, though just not as consistently as libertarianism.