George Bush, Republicans, and God

What do George Bush, the Republicans, and God all have in common? They’re all falling in the polls:

Nearly half of Americans are not sure God exists, according to a poll that also found divisions among the public on whether God is male or female or whether God has a human form and has control over events.

The survey conducted by Harris Poll found that 42 percent of US adults are not “absolutely certain” there is a God compared to 34 percent who felt that way when asked the same question three years ago.

There’s also disagreement as to God’s sex:

When questioned on whether God is male or female, 36 percent of respondents said they think God is male, 37 percent said neither male nor female and 10 percent said “both male and female.”

Only one percent think of God as a female, according to the poll.

God’s activity in human affaris is also in question:

As to whether God controls events on Earth, 29 percent believe that to be the case while 44 percent said God “observes but does not control what happens on Earth”.

That was proven during the Michigan-Notre Dame football game this year. It also casts doubt on the beliefs that God chose George Bush to be President and advised Bush to go to war in Iraq. Shakespeare’s Sister blames the Bush administration for God’s problems in the polls.

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