Threatened By Day of Prayer?

There’s a good question at WorldMagBlog today, which I’ll repeat here,

… This group of atheists and agnostics claim that proclaiming an annual National Day of Prayer creates a “hostile environment for nonbelievers, who are made to feel as if they are political outsiders.” Let me ask the nonbelievers who frequent this blog: Do you … feel threatened by our president calling Christians to gather together once a year to pray for God’s blessing on our nation?

[Link: WORLD Magazine | Community | Blog Archive | Litigious atheists and agnostics]

So here’s a poll question specifically for atheists, agnostics, skeptics, etc.:

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Comments are open, especially in case I didn’t get all the relevant options listed here.

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