>Real opposition to theocracy has to come from the tiny minority of truly
I would never make statements like this. By saying only a certain group, or idea is the only answer, is incorrect. There are other ideas other than secular humanism that would classify as "real" opposition to theocracy.
>Look what happened to George Bush, Sr. in 1992: He was bullied into
>expressing views with which he didn't personally agree because the
>moderates were silenced by fear of their "holier" brethren.
You will have to be more specific to what he supposedly expressed for which he didn't agree. Here is a quote from George Bush 4 years prior to the date you're talking about.
Statement by George Bush, August 27, 1988:"...I don't know that atheists
should be considered as citizens, nor should they be considered patriots.
This is one nation under God."
So what view was he bullied into expressing?