Complaints ranged from:
Bush "claims to be a born-again, evangelical Christian. But he sure doesn't act like one," said Joseph Farah, editor of the conservative Web site WorldNetDaily.com. "I threw out my White House card as soon as I got it."
all the way to:
At the Catholic League, Donohue had just announced a boycott of the Lands' End catalogue when he received his White House holiday card. True, he said, the Bushes included a verse from Psalm 28, but Psalms are in the Old Testament and do not mention Jesus' birth.
Well jeez, how was anybody supposed to know that? Most people probably think Jesus wrote the Psalms himself, Paul's letter to the Galatians is the Spoken Word of God, and the Bible appeared out of the sky one morning in the year Zero complete with illustrations, ISBN number and that little space where you write your name.
The funniest part about all this is that the fundies are so delusional, they actually think the President, or any President, has ever even seen the holiday cards before they go out, or if they do, it's with more than a passing glance before getting back to something more important (wars, TV, unopened can of Pringles, whatever). The other funny part is this article on MSNBC, which describes the cover art as such:
The cover art is also secular, if not humanist: It shows the presidential pets -- two dogs and a cat -- frolicking on a snowy White House lawn.
Secular humanist? Oh, MSNBC, most of the time you suck, but you just made my morning. Secular humanist...tee-hee...somebody call Kurt Vonnegut and Eugene V Debs! Tee-hee...
Woof! There is no afterlife! Bark! Evolution happens! Yip! Let's all just be nice to each other! Woof!