This version includes upper and lowercase letters, punctuation, and many international characters.
Jami at TTR sponsored a contest in 2000 for designers to create a font to the theme of Font Campaign 2000, in honor of the elections taking place in the US. This is my entry into the contest. If you ended up with this font without voting for it (from November 2000 to January 2001), please go to the True Type Resource Font Campaign 2000 site and vote. Please!!!
I made the letters like this because it reminds of many of the signs I see around town advertising the elections - very plain and tall. I chose the name in honor of Rush Limbaugh, the conservative talk radio host, and Fundamentalist Christians, who are very involved in the political process. I don't necessarily agree with either of them all the time, but I think from time to time they have good points.