Almost all of these 'defining characteristics' of fascism are equally attributable to communism.
It is interesting to note how shrill the left gets when it earnestly believes (or wishes?) itself to be living 'neath the fascist yoke, yet it deafens us with its silence in the face of very real totalitarianism (appeasement of the Third Reich and the USSR).
I can see why Bush stands for what he does but at some point he doesn't have the boundary to stop, alot of americans love him and will rip you for knocking him yet is he doing the best for the good ole US of A?
Simple answer would be no. Fascism was developped by Mussoline as the "Third Way" (where have you heard that before?) between liberal democracy and Communism. It is a moderate left-wing [economically], nationalist, authoritarian, single-party system. It is also characteristic of fascist regimes to imprison political opponents.
Thus, if America /were/ fascist, John Kerry and other registered members of the Democratic party would be in Guantanamo.
In any case, point 8 is quite wrong for Hitler's Germany - Hitler wanted to abolish the church (like Lenin had done in Russia), but enough of Germany was religiously conservative as to make this impossible. Thus, he set up the Reichs church. About the only notable reference to religion from Hitler is the "Kinder, Kuche, Kirche" (Children, Kitchen, Church) speech about the role of women in German society
You could do a better analysis of Blair's Britain and Communism:
Controlled Media (BBC bias anyone? http://biased-bbc.blogspot.com)
Intolerance of other viewpoints (i.e. political correctness)
Marxist class warfare agenda (foxhunting, private schools)
Ever increasing state powers (Civil contingencies act, indefinite detention of terror suspects)
etc etc etc