Yeah, it bugs me too, when they think we have no idea how to tell right from wrong because we have no god. I guess without god, I should be out raping and pillaging, but frankly, I don't have the energy.
The issue of morality really gets my goat. They don't realize that requiring a book to tell you right from wrong makes them amoral, and believing that the genocidal acts conducted by their god are good makes them immoral.
i've actually known angry atheists. One was even a Jesuit school dropout or reject (I couldn't learn which). When I think of Tea Party I first think of the whackos in it. I know that's thinking too stereotypically, but it's a common problem.
I see as much rational to being a soldier as being religious, they exist in the same plain for me.
Now if this thread had been started by a soldier and read "stereotypes about soldiers that bug me", well, this might have fit perfectly. Stereotypes can be false... or... they can be true... In the case of the USA military for example, the stereotype is based in reality, according to all social analysts. Does it mean that 100% of soldiers conform to the stereotype? of course not, but a majority do. The USA government takes advantage of socially disadvantaged sectors of society to make up its military, this is no secret.