An atheist group called American Atheists is using a fake "Dear Santa" letter in a billboard campaign in several Southern states, urging people to skip church this Christmas and stop listening to "fairy tales."

The billboard - which is positioned near several churches - features a little girl's letter to St. Nick that reads "Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is to skip church! I'm too old for fairy tales."

The group claims the billboard targets closet atheists who are pressured to observe religious traditions.


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Kennedy said on "Outnumbered" today that atheists should just come out and admit that atheism is a religion.

"If you are taking out a billboard that deals with God - whether it is the negation of God or the existence of God - the fact that it is about God ... that makes you a religion," she said.

Why be intolerant and mean if you want to woo people to your side? Andrea Tantaros asked.

"Why would you mock a little child during Christmas? Not the smartest marketing strategy," she said.

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