Atheists: They’re Not Exactly Masters of Salesmanship

Atheists in America continue to be incredibly, amazingly not good at public relations:

An atheist group is putting up signs that say God is “a myth” — and they’re making sure that Jews and Muslims will see them.

American Atheists says on their website that the signs aren’t intended to offend, but are meant as outreach to atheists in those communities who may “feel particularly alone.” They’re also supposed to get the word out about the “Reason Rally” the group is holding on Mar. 24 in Washington, D.C.

It’s a good thing, too. Atheism would probably be a lot more popular if atheists had the Mormons’ PR firm. Where do I get tickets for that Reason Rally, by the way? Sounds like a hoot.

1 thought on “Atheists: They’re Not Exactly Masters of Salesmanship”

  1. Why do other atheists care about the supposedly Darwinian-controlled chemically-induced emotional states of other atheists? They are what they are, and to ‘care’ about them would be to just subjectively decide that they are important enough to attempt to intervene in the process of natural selection in order to prevent any potential suicide attempts brought about by feeling isolated…but then again, since atheists are more highly evolved, perhaps this is ‘natural selection’ at its best, atheist nurturing their own in order to advance our society beyond the primitive constraints of Christian belief. A total lack of consistency in their own beliefs is the hallmark of dogmatic atheists.


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