You said "atheism is also socially supported." Where was the part where you qualified that statement? The fact is, it's not. It doesn't require social support to exist. It does not need to be "propped up" by social validation, because it doesn't require us to believe in things that directly contradict reason, logic, and evidence.<quoted text>
I didn't say they were socially supported the same, did I?
Don't call me a liar if you don't wanna read correctly.
You guys bring in on yourselves.
You don't wanna leave well enough alone, so we fight back.
Like how your kind tried removing a cross in my town. A cross that's been there since 1906....
Y'all lost, of course. But it leaves a bitter reminder to us how much atheists want it their way - with no regard to how anyone else wants it.
If you can't take the heat.........
Atheists don't want it "their way," they want it the way that the founders wanted it - a seperation of church and state. I don't know about the specifics of the cross that has you so upset so I can't comment, but religious symbols shouldn't be displayed on public land. What if the US became majority muslim overnight? Would you defend crescent moons being displayed in front of courthouses? Or "in allah we trust" on our money?
Also, there is a big difference between advocating for seperation of church and state and discriminating. The removal of a cross, no matter how much sentimental value it has, does not count as discrimination or an attack on your religion, and it is not "our" fault that your faith is so fragile that it depends on public displays thereof. Atheists are actually discriminated against - I can turn on the radio or the TV and find a pundit talking about how school shootings happen because "we took god out of schools" or someone talking about how atheists are causing the downfall of america.