That's the problem; Dave is not prepared at all. He's being highly confrontational. He's not getting people to 'ask questions' as others have put it. He's polarizing people, and in the process, making it harder for atheists to hustle theists. His strategy is all wrong and it's discombobulated. Unfortunately, there are people cheering him on for the wrong methods.
This isn't a physical battle where one can use brute force to 'win.' There has to be a slow, gradual infiltration of the mind, and that first begins with age old adage "Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer" -- essentially we have to hustle them, just like a banker hustles a potential client for a loan.
Thanks for standing up in public once again, Dave.
You really can't talk to those arseholes. I have a link that might cheer some people up who are worried about the international expansion of fox: http://www.foxnewsuk.com/
Love the thinking behind this. A photo of him after the shaving cream pie would finish it off.
Pity the website would be foxnews.co.uk