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We atheist spend a lot of money on the fight for real and permanent separation of church and state and many more worth while fights for:
End Religious Discrimination in the Military
Protect Foreign Women from U.S. Religious Extremist Policies in Foreign Aid
Eliminate Religiously-Based Laws Interfering with Contraception Access
Eliminate Health and Safety Standard Exemptions for Religious Child Care Centers
Protect Teen Students Rights to Form Atheist Clubs
End Marriage Discrimination and Oppose Theological Definitions of Marriage
Revoke Public Funding to the Boy Scouts Due to Religiously-Based Discrimination
Eliminate Religious Control of Sex Education in Public Schools
Remove Under God from the Pledge of Allegiance
End Public Funding of Religious Schools
Eliminate Taxpayer-Funded Housing for Ministers of the Gospel
Do not allow tax money to be used to mislead children for religious reasons
End Employment Discrimination by Religious Groups via Faith-Based Initiatives
So we already have a full plate.
In fact, Catholic-church-related organizations offer more AIDS care than any other institution in the world.
"The Catholic church is among the many religious institutions responding to the immense suffering that has accompanied the
spread of HIV/AIDS. Today, it claims to provide 25 percent of all AIDS care throughout the world through its ministries and
its 110,000-plus health-care organizations."
United Nations General Assembly, Special Session on HIV/AIDS, June 27, 2001