Correct link<quoted text>oy!, oh please.
You're getting into politics, and that means voters and votes.
Let me see the politician in america that will run on [keep god out of the affairs of the state]. A sure loser, just like atheists.
In America atheists are 1.5% to 4%..!!!....roflmbo!. I laughed my behind off when I saw that...
It's so sad, bad and embarrassing for their numbers that they run to cling to those that are skeptical. Every human at some point in their life has been skeptical, so atheists trying to claims the skeptic number is desperate and inaccurate, and that only pushes the numbers up to about 20%.
But their number is really 1.5% to 4% atheists that do not believe in a Deity...none is on this billboard for sure.
it's so bad that this account on the news source is rather telling
[One study last year asked participants whether a fictional hit-and-run driver was more likely to be an atheist or a rapist. A majority chose atheist]
rofl...separation of church and state...rofl...you make me laugh lady!
The most they will get for their "growth" is maybe respect and acceptance from a few secular up north states. But atheists will never have any influence in half of the country in the south, or in the middle of the country. Actually the more I think about it if they ever have any influence...and I emphasize the word "ever", it will be in NY and California. And maybe the states of Washington and Portland. That is it.
That link above has some great stats as well.