So, to your way of thinking:
people who think government shouldn't endorse particular religions: whiny and pathetic
people who get upset if the government doesn't give their religion preferential treatment: not whiny and pathetic
That's some really odd logic. Would you ever apply that in any other situation?
For example, let's suppose the government hires two people, Jim and John, of identical qualifications and experience to fill two identical job openings. Imagine two scenarios:
Scenario 1: Jim and John each make 50K. John complains that he should make more, because he goes to church with the boss.
Scenario 2: Jim makes 30K, John makes 70K. When Jim asks why, the boss confesses that it's because he and John go to the same church.
I guess, to your way of thinking, it's John, in scenario 1, who has a legitimate gripe.