The virtue of self proclaimed self righteousness<quoted text>
How do you figure I lack morals? I'm a very moral person, you don't need religion to have morality. Religion actually has a negative effect on morality when you get down to it. It's moral and righteous to be tolerant of all people, but your religion teaches you to shun and hate homosexuals. It's moral to respect everyone's beliefs, whether you agree with them or not. Religion teaches you to respect other people's beliefs if they match up with your own, but to be intolerant of those with different views.
And, where do you get the idea that I "hump, kill, sit on my butt, take from the rich", etc? You know absolutely nothing about me, how can you presume to know anything at all about what I may or may not do? That sounds very judgmental, which is immoral, I might add.
While I won't deny that I hump, I'm strongly against violence in any form. So, I have to dispute that I kill, or that I have even hurt someone physically. Taking from the rich? First off, I'm not on welfare and never have been. Second, the rich don't pay taxes in this country, so even if I were on welfare it wouldn't effect them, it's the middle class that pays the lion's share of taxes. And, taking and never giving? When's the last time you did something for someone else just for the sake of being a decent human?
I've donated money to the Red Cross numerous times for disaster relief funds. After Katrina I went door to door locally to get donations, bought supplies such as water, blankets, and canned food, then drove those supplies in a rented U-Haul to New Orleans. Not once, but 4 times.
When have you ever done anything to help your fellow man? I imagine when the earthquake hit Japan you prayed for them and went about your business, while I gave them money. When the big tornadoes hit the midwest this past spring, again I bet you prayed while I donated money. After Katrina, again you most likely prayed, while I gave up my time and money to travel to New Orleans and actually make a difference. I also volunteer quite often at local soup kitchens to feed those who would otherwise go hungry.
Don't ever presume to be more moral or a better person than someone else simply because you believe in a story book and they don't. As I've just shown you, this particular atheist is a much better citizen than you're likely to be. While you sit in your pew and mumble I actually go out and make a difference.
Though I may not personally have a huge impact in the overall scheme of things, I know for a fact that that world is a better place because I am in it. Can you say the same?
,,,,,,,,,,is a fallacy.
Kitten Kodder lives.
I see you made mention of all your good qualities"real or imagined"
but made no mention of any faults or defects in your human nature.
As you stated before"You hAve never done anything for which you need feel ashamed. EEEEEEEKKKKKSSSSS