Why can’t I stand at a public bus stop without someone telling me I need to take my daughter to church?
Why have I been handed literature explaining how I need to get right with Jesus for simply entering/exiting a store, leaving a bar or just stepping onto a bus?
Why do people sound surprised that my daughter attends a public school instead of a religious alternative?
Why is it assumed that I want to have my daughter attend religious alternatives to secular holidays?
Why I am questioned about which church I attend as opposed to to being asked if I attend such things?
Why do complete strangers wander around our neighborhood carrying Bibles in clear view of the residents while going door to door telling people being godless is wrong?
Why do these things and so much more happen every single day around the nation?
You’d think that for such a persecuted group these would be things they wouldn’t feel to comfortable doing, especially in a state that’ll pretty much less you shoot who you want provided they’re not white middle class straight men?
We’re supposed to be persecuting them because they exist and they really believe Jesus is going to
rescue us from them send us to Hell where we belong, right? Wouldn’t actually annoying the shit out of us as we go about our lives kick the persecution up a notch or two at the very least?
Then again, the cries of persecution could be just another instance of lying for Jesus. What do you think?
Furthermore, why is it that no one assumes in manner and/or deed that I’m an atheist, that our daughter is an “atheist-in-training” and that the three of us do not do the God thing? We evil little bastards are supposed to be ruling the world aren’t we?