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the photos).  Rude or offensive letters will not be posted.
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From: Amanda D (Florida)
Date: Dec 2, 2007

I'm joining my fellow Floridian Eric G. in showing my
love for Jesus, President Bush, and the United States
of America! And if we are lucky, Governor Jeb Bush
will pick up the torch in 2008 for 8 more years! Thank
From: Matt Y. (Fresno, CA)
Date: Oct 13, 2007

A classic car deserves a classic President!  I
sent one of these to my brother in Florida.  
Who knows, maybe Jeb will run in 2008.
From: Kelly (Jackson, MS)
Date: Sept 19, 2007

Please don't be discouraged by the ugly letters you have received.  I'm glad someone
has the nerve and wherewithal to do something about what seems to be a dying breed.
Keep up the good work.  
From: J Park (New York, NY)
Date: Aug 16, 2007

Brilliant concept and design.  Although I think it looks much better if you rotate it 90
degrees counter-clockwise.  Because, frankly... it looks just like a bomb with our
beloved President's name on it.  I think we'll adopt your wonderful symbol for our next
anti-war campaign.  And remember, imitation is purest flattery.  Thanks again!
From: Jessica R  (location not provided)
Date: July 5, 2007

You Christian fundamentalists are no better than the Taliban. It's called religious
extremism and fanatacism.

Not everybody thinks the way you do. Go to church, do what you want to do in your
own life and your own community, but stop trying to force it down everyone else's

And for those of you Creationists who dispute the theory of evolution, you are beyond
insane. The fact that you would deny the discoveries of science for something simply
based on faith is blindly foolish and ridiculous. You should be locked up for trying to
poison childrens' minds with ideas based on magic, mysticism, superstition and blind
faith, which is what religion is.
From: Mike W (Little Rock, Arkansas)
Date: June 7, 2007

I'm so glad I was fortunate enough to be born an Atheist. It's nice to know I have a
functioning brain. When I see stuff like this website, it always amazes me that people
like you can even manage to get through the day without help. Problem is, you think
you are right, but you don't have a clue. America is not a Christian nation.
From: Maura B (Tampa, Florida)
Date: May 21, 2007

We DO have enough Christian values and beliefs in our governmental institutions; like
“IN GOD WE TRUST” on every dollar; bibles swearing in all officials, etc.  Therefore,
you are not being honest about your goals.

As a historian, I must remind you that “good Christians”
  • stole this land from native people and are responsible for their genocide;
  • enslaved Africans that built this nation with their labor at no cost to Christians;
  • and terrorize poor nations with military-violence all over the world.

Thank God, we are not all Christians in this nation.
From: William C (location not provided)
Date: May 16, 2007

are you people sick in the head?  your [sic] prophet george w. bush is a total moron
and he represents all of you religoius [sic] fanatics so well.  religion stops a thinking
mind and this is precisely what has happened to all of you jesus [sic] freaks out there.  
you sicken me by your ignorance and your belief in the invisible man in the sky.  
somehow you know that your god is the "right" one??  [EXPLETIVE DELETED].
From: P. Jennings (San Antonio, TX)
Date: May 11, 2007

"Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority
except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God.”
– Romans 13:1

“If my people, which are called by My name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and
seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will
forgive their sins, and will heal their land.”
– 2 Chronicles 7:14
From: Chris P, (Roswell, GA)
Date: May 10, 2007

Sarah, President Bush isn't the Savior.  But he IS the best chance we have for
returning to a society based on morals and traditional family values.  And I think that's
what the BushFish is saying.  For me, it's a sign that I'm a Christian Republican and
nothing more.  God Bless.
From: Bennie B. (San Francisco, CA)
Date: May 10, 2007

I've been reading about your site quite a bit today on, and clearly
some people areupset by this.  I personally do not agree with the notion that W is
"doing the Lord's work" but I also cannot deny that the same First Amendment that
everyone is holding against this site is the SAME amendment that provides you the
right to air your opinions (however misguided and uneducated they are).  I guess we
need to increase education spending in the red states.  Peace.
From: Clyde, (Oakland, CA)
Date: May 9, 200

"Do you really think that those left of center will just idly stand by while you crazy
nutjobs [sic] attempt [to] impose a theocracy?  Keep it up bozos, see where it takes this
country.  You're the f-----g Americna [sic] Taliban.  Bravo.  I for one can't wait for the
likely comming [sic] civil war, I look forward to shooting at you people."
From: Bob W, (Gainesville, FL)
Date: May 7, 2007

"I disagree with Sarah's opinion of this symbol.  As a Christian conservative and life
long republican I have to say that there is no symbol that expresses my belief that God
belongs BACK in the government.  This magnet clearly indicates that I am a Christian
who supports President Bush. Thank You."
From: James F, (Lincoln, Maine)
Date: May 3, 2007

"I am proud to be the first citizen to declare his
love for God, Country AND the troops in the great
state of Maine!  Thank you for allowing us to
express our beliefs as guaranteed by the First
From: Sarah L, (New York, NY)
Date: May 3, 2007

"I cannot believe you are suggesting that George W. Bush is the savior!!  This
country was founded on the belief that Church and State should be kept separate.  
Why not just respect the founders' wishes and leave well-enough alone?!?!"
PLEASE NOTE: The BushFish does not suggest that President Bush is Divine.  It is intended to
represent Christian Republicans who support the President's position on God's role in
From: Eric G, (Ft. Myers, FL)
Date: May 2, 2007

"I just want you to know that I love my BushFish
and have it boldly displayed on the back of my
truck for all Floridians from the Gulf to the Atlantic
to see!"
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