It's fair to postulate what our situation would be given different starting assumptions. That's not a matter of blame, and the issue being explored is what is God like. Yes, there are times when our law does conflict with the religious desires of some. There are reasons that polygamy isn't legal. In fact, the primary religious organization that once supported that idea has also found it to be problematic and has banned it. So, what's left of support for polygamy by religion is a small isolated community that as far as I know is not getting serious pressure over it. There are also limits on noise (such as loudly broadcasted calls to prayer), on conducting services in residential neighborhoods, etc. Yes, you really don't have anything other than the Mormons to argue about. Far more importantly, Arizona passed a law that said that anybody could ignore broad sections of law if it disagreed with their personal religion. Of course, there is no possibility of government weighing what is religion and what is NOT religion, so it really meant that large sections of law would simply be trashed. We really DO need to have a government. And, there is NO possibility that every individual will be happy with every aspect of that government, no matter what is chosen.