If the bugs are completely baked on...
First, cross your fingers the acid inside of their guts hasn't already etched through the clear layer of paint. I see this all the time and the only way to fix it is to repaint the affected area.
Second, if the bug splatter is completely dried onto the paint, then here's a way to remove them safely and that's by liquefying the splatter. It's NOT fast, but it is SAFE.
Here's something I posted in 2005, the idea being to use the towel to hold the moisture onto the paint and thus the bug splatter where it can go to work softening and loosening the splatter. A large beach towel works well for this...
This was my Honda Pilot in our garage where I would also wash the garage because it's pretty hard to wash a car in the desert without the dry heat or the wind drying water before you can dry your car.
Take a wash rag and saturate it with water or your car wash solution.
Place the wet wash rag on top of the dried bug splatter and allow it to sit for a few minutes. A variation of this would be to use warm/hot water.
To speed up the process, apply some gentle pressure while drinking a cold soft drink and if need be, hum or whistle a little diddy.
A variation of the above but for a larger area would be to use a larger cloth such as a bath towel. Saturate a clean, soft 100% cotton towel with water and place it over the affected area.