Atheists of Florida have bought space on several billboards in various areas of the Penis of America, arousing both the ire and fear of the Christian contingent, who are so intimidated by them, they have erected ads of their own. The atheist board simply reads, "Don't believe in God? You are not alone."
The Christian comebacks warmly advise them that atheists not only hate America, but are lunatics and warmongers, to boot.
My question is, why are they so terrified of the notion that some people don't buy into their hype? If they're so sure they know the Truth, why do they feel the need to scream imprecations from the roadside? Why are they so bent on convincing everyone within shouting distance that this 'god' entity is for real? If he/she/it really is omnipresent, omniscient, omni-everything, does he/she/it really need to advertise? And why are only a select few among the world's human population aware of his/her/its existence and intentions? If it's as real as believers say it is, why isn't everyone privileged to "know" about it without the need to clutter the highways with insults to those who didn't get the memo?
Now, put up a billboard with directions to a rest stop and I'll read it with gratitude. Screaming that I'm going to hell...not so much.