- The Bible is the literal word of some hard-assed mystery ghost in the sky (proven wrong, by the way; the bible was written by all sorts of human beings LONG after the fact, for political purposes), and that the Bible contains all knowledge necessary for salvation and holiness.
- A woman who never had sex gave birth (impossible in 5 BC), and the father was some hard-assed mystery ghost in the sky.
- That this hard-assed mystery ghost in the sky had his own half-human son murdered to take away the sins of the world and every human in it. (And let's don't ignore the fact that this mystery ghost broke his own commandment to do it. )
- That a man who had been dead for three days suddenly came to life again, turned into ghost junior, and floated up to heaven to hang out with ghost senior, the guy who had him put to death.
- That ghost junior is gonna come back to Earth in flesh and blood, and **** up everyone who doesn't swallow his and his ghost-daddy's hogwash.
Besides these doctrines, christian fundamentalism is also marked by far-right/conservative social stances, and criticism of liberal social and political policies, for example: legalized abortion, evolution taught in schools, and marriage for gays/lesbians. You're a fool if you're trying to pretend that Bush hasn't espoused conservative social stances his whole life, and hasn't loudly criticized liberal social and political policies.
Anybody who believes the garbage above (AND who believes that "god talks through me and wants me to run for president" SRSLY, George?!?) is a fundie, according to all the definitions of "fundamental christian" that I've come across.
I recognize that fundies feel differently, and of course, they can believe anything they want.
But I don't have to buy into their insanity.