Searching Google News, I haven't found a single domestic newspaper picking up on George Bush's Washington Times religion interview. Just a few foreign news sources, for example the Telegraph which offers the following analysis:
His comments were none the less sure to prompt renewed outrage from those in America and abroad who see in Mr Bush a Christian fundamentalist let loose on the Oval Office and pandering to the powerful Evangelical movement in the country.
Given the lack of attention being paid to to this story so far, I don't see there being much outrage. The next comment in the Telegraph story, perhaps, explains the lack of outrage:
But professions of religious faith are nothing unusual from occupants of the White House. Jimmy Carter preached in church while in office and Bill Clinton regularly took part in religious services.
I mentioned in a comment a while ago that Europe is cooler than the United States. One of the reasons why is because it's common for Europeans not to believe in God, but depending on which survey you believe, 79% to 95% of people in the United States believe in God. (With such a huge difference between "surveys," the exact percentage of God believing Americans is a mystery. All we can say is that it's a large percentage.)
In the United States, people fear being branded an atheist, so maybe people are keeping their criticism of Bush's religious statment to themselves. Certainly none of the hypocrites on the left had much criticism of Bill Clinton's public demonstration of his religious faith (in between Oval Office shenanigans).