You got it. My mantra is basically, "You can live your life how you want it, but don't interfere with my life." And when you start interfering with others lives (religious opposition to stem cells for instance) that is where I draw the line and want to see religion back off.
Too many people have died for their religious beliefs or the religious beliefs of others. Suicidal religious cults, 9/11, the bombings in England, numerous embassy bombing, several wars in the middle ages, and the list could go on and on.
In today's times for instance, Proposition 8 passed in California and several Christian organizations always raise a voice when any new atheist magazine, talk radio, news channel, or advertising gets put up. On Prop. 8, I'm not looking for any debate on homosexuality yadda, yadda, yadda. Everyone has their own opinion of it. However, one only needs to look at the major opponent of the proposition... churches and religious leaders. And did voters vote "yes" on the ballot because they felt homosexuality was immoral...yes. And why? Because a book and a religious leader somewhere told them that homosexual men and women are "vile" or whatever.
Recently new billboards have been funded in Denver and London (and Philadelphia, I believe) and Christians all over have raised a stern voice outwardly objecting the billboards. And yet, not too many atheists raise a stern voice when we're driving and see a billboard with scripture or a picture of Jesus. Freedom of expression applies to *all* individuals... not just the majority.
And furthermore, not enough good and honest Christians are standing up to the zealots and saying, "Stop. That's enough and we're sick of the bigotry and immoralness." Good Christians are outnumbered by the fanatics that overshadow them.