I found this description (caution: wingnut link) about the teavangelicals to be laughable.
...they see our severe fiscal situation through a biblical worldview believing that that God’s Word speaks about the immorality of the debtFirst of all, let me lay down my bonafides. I grew up attending a christian fundamentalist church at least 3 times a week. I attended a christian fundamentalist boarding school in high school. I graduated from a christian fundamentalist college. And I attended a christian evangelical seminary where I got my Master's Degree in Theology.
Never...and I mean never, did I hear anything about "a biblical worldview" that "speaks about the immorality of the debt." I cannot remember a time in all those years when this was brought up in a sermon, a lecture or even a conversation.
Not only have the fundamentalists I've known never talked in biblical terms about the federal debt, most of them are in hock up to their eyeballs in debt personally. My own family constantly scratches their heads trying to figure out how I turned out to be so fiscally conservative in my own personal and business affairs. I certainly didn't learn any of that from them!
This is nothing but phoney baloney bullshit made up on the spot to justify the teavangelical's paranoia about President Barack Obama. I think we all know the true source of that paranoia.