Lest you get the wrong impression I am an atheist.
The religious symbols of people with imaginary friends do not bother me nor terrify me.
I do not feel oppressed by a display of a manger scene in the courtyard.
I am not offended by crosses at military cemeteries. By the way, if you're not a veteran you don't get a vote about this because you didn't pay the entry fee to the club.
I am mildly bored by invocations at school ceremonies.
I am comfortable in my lack of faith and it can survive a great deal proselytizing.
I ask to be left alone and I will return that favor.
Campaigning against organized religion is not leaving them alone and I would have to expect some push back. Note that first word in "organized religion". It's best to not rile them up. Also remember what their organizations look like to us when you consider making a counter-organization. Do you think we DON'T look like dicks when we mob up and demand religion be suppressed?
You don't feel like you have anything to lose because a ban on atheist displays of religion in the public square is, what? And if I am banned from using the public square, why should I be required to pay for it? Willing to shoulder that burden? 85%+ of the nation claims a belief in God of some kind.
The tyranny of the minority is the worst kind. You should really look hard at your tactics, you sound just like the race baiters. Many of the same allies, so it's not surprising that the methods should be similar.
I like freedom. I like liberty.
I refuse to fight to strip those things from others on the off chance that I might have paid for a fiberglass baby or provided a month of outdoor storage for it in December.
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