Let's get one thing clear. I'm a full fletched Atheist, agnostic/Atheist that is. I cannot claim that I know for certain that there isn't a God, but I lean towards the idea that no, there isn't. I can see the arguments people make in favour of God, I can see the supposed evidence, but again it is my own opinion that there is no solid argument in the case of god/gods/whatever. One thing that annoys the hell of out me, although, is this superiority complex both sides seem to enjoy.
For example, if a Fundie Christian were to come out, screaming bible quotes and trying to enforce his faith on me, I'd ruddy well bad mouth said person for thinking he has a higher deck than me. That his knowledge is greater, therefore he feels entitled to give me hell. But what some Atheists forget to remember is, they're exactly the same.
Atheists, you CANNOT, and I repeat CANNOT disprove Gods'. You can say it is highly unlikely, that there isn't any solid proof offered at this time to sway your opinion. But the moment you say that you have some hidden knowledge that there isn't a God, you're as bad as the Fundies who you disagree with.
With that in mind, if you come out and claim someone of belief is a:
" Retard. "
Simply because you disagree with their world view, you're a fool, and a pathetic fool at that.
This is not how you behave. You're supposed to be a civil, and intelligent person. You're supposed to respect others, and in turn respect will come your own way. What you cannot do, is come out in public, and declare a whole group of people to be:
" Retards. "
Just because you're stupid enough to actually think like this.
With that in mind. You have your house, you have your own personal space in which you can damn and hate whatever you want. I wont try and enforce my morality on anyone, inside their head, or inside their homes. But let this be a warning, if you come out, and attack a group in public simply because you disagree with them, and use such vulgar language, you're in trouble.
El warnign issued.
Cheers for reading, Nerdians.
Have a good yin!