There’s a certain ring to “Bushians” that I like.  It makes me laugh.  But its not really funny at all:

Bushianity is really all about power and wealth—the divine right of the haves to get more of each, in order to better supervise the have-nots. Bushianity is quietly (discretely, always discretely) hostile to Jesus’ teachings, but loudly praises his birth (before he could teach) and his death (after he could teach). Nothing between those two events in Jesus’ life is of interest to Bushians, who greatly prefer the fire-breathing biblical writers advocating ruthless wars, slavery, female submission, the masses’ unquestioning obedience of rulers, and the death penalty for homosexuals and rebellious children.

More from Dr. Teresa Whitehurst can be found on Jesusonthefamily.org.