The question is based on a ridiculous false premise. A person that doesn't believe in god, like myself, an atheist, doesn't blame god for anything. Anyone who blames god for anything isn't an unbeliever or atheist.
Betty, upon people finding out I'm an atheist, most often the first question they ask me is "what did god do to make you not believe in him?" My response to them is usually, "What part of atheist do you not understand?" I am atheist and I do not blame any make believe invisible friend for anything, how could I? I wouldn't be an atheist then.
Bc they may not have anyone else to blame for bad things happening in their lives but try to talk to them and tell them that things would be better if you turn to God and tell him your problems and not blame him for them. Bc he makes our lives better everyday not worse. :)
We don't blame god for we do not believe "He" exists. An atheists might do it rhetorically, if they were in a debate about religion, but they wouldn't really give blame to something that is nonexistent.
The same way that believers in god blame Satan and Human for everything! It seems that no amount of evidence could convince them that their god was bad once they decided to worship him. As long as men believe in tyranny in heaven they will practice tyranny on earth. Most people are exceedingly imitative, and nothing is so gratifying to the average man as to be like his God.
Whenever good men do some noble thing the believers give their God the credit, and when evil things are done they hold the men who did the evil responsible, and forget to blame their God. Why should we attribute the best to man and the worst to God?
Maybe figuratively. As saying "if you were real as everyone says you were why did you let this happen" and etc. but its jokingly i do that. I always curse in his name as well, this isn't meant to be perceived as oh they believe. Its meant as an insult in away. It also could be like what i personally believe is the person strives for something to make them feel safe, and less insecure and so for someone else like "god" to blame they may feel better knowing it wasn't all entirely there fault whatever happened, but for that to happen. Like you are suggesting they couldn't entirely be none believers, because to do such a thing you would have to believe in such a comforting idea as god.