Obviously, buckyboots did not read Harbinger's post in its entirety!
W is not a Christian, as such. For example, Christians aren't "supposed" to lie, yet George lies everyday, and his most famous lies have led the nation into an unnecessary war along with a shrinking Coalition of the Duped. The world hates George Bush, and by association, the world now looks at America in the same way.
President Bush, like most evangelicals (and most Americans), is intellectually mongrel. The likelihood that his thinking and his policies are shaped by a single, coherent, radical ideology is virtually nil.
He just pretends to be "Christian" in the usual interpretation because he has been told by his handler Karl Rove that it's good for his "image."
Some people believe Bush is a religious man...nothing could be further from the truth!
Ronald Reagan became beloved of the "religious right" while rarely darkening the door of a church and articulating only vague belief in a vague God, while the church-going, Bible-toting Bill Clinton was despised by them.
I think this shows that, for the average conservative Christian in America, it doesn't matter whether a person actually shares their religion - what matters is that they mouth the right platitudes and act like they are creating Christian policies. Unfortunately, that makes conservative Christians in America look awfully bad.
(Source: excerpt from http://atheism.about.com/b/a/078430.htm
I could not agree more!