I've posted many times before on how Christians are constantly trying to tear down the wall between Church and state. Until now, I've tried to ignore this little niggling feeling in the back of my head, but I just can't any longer.
Not only do you have to emblazon every piece of currency with "In God we trust", and shove "under God" into a governmentally sponsored pledge, and put your commandments in government buildings, and make every elected official trip over one another to prove themselves the more pious, and force religious nonsense into schools under the guise of science, but apparently, now you need a special resolution of congress to tell you you're special.
You constantly proclaim that atheism is a dying religion as well as anything you associate with it (such as the doom of evolution that's been predicted for the past ~200 years). But if it's already pushing up the daises, then why this desperate need to abolish something that's barely related: secularism?
You constantly proclaim that your faith is alive and well, and build ever bigger and bigger churches to prove it (which continue to have larger and more incredulous scandals). Could it be that your faith really is on its last leg? Is it so weak that you need the government to validate what you, deep down, know is a bunch of nonsense?
The more stupid crap Christians keep pulling like this, the more I'm convinced it's true. If you're going to pretend to have faith in magical sky daddies, then grow some balls and do it. Don't make other people validate it for you. That's just pathetic.
EDIT: In related news, apparently Chrisitans also so pathetically desperate to keep Christmas Christian (despite it being a stolen pagan holiday), that they will assault someone on the subway for saying "Happy Hanukkah".
Double irony points for the fact that a Muslim was the one that intervened to stop the assault.