Save me a place in line
What we need is more charismatic and eloquent atheists, like the Hitch, who can stir up public discussion nation-wide and deliver our message of reason. While grassroots, local, movements might enjoy some success, I worry about "quality control" and getting out a consistent and appropriate message.
I'm sure there's atheists out there -- whether popular or controversial -- who will step up and grab media attention. I'm hopeful the atheist movement,empowered by the Internet, will continue to grow for the foreseeable future.