Atheists also are subject to the moral code created by God
Etherealmeekle: Wrong. Some ethics may conform each other, yet Athiests have no direct connection to a deity. Your justification for this is?
The plausible theory ethereal is that Atheists are capable of governing their own moral behavior. And if you don't understand that, then attaining thorough explinations through personal research is suggested before you question Atheism. ie. books, internet.
You can also consider this:
1. If theism is true then 'God is good' is morally significant.
2. If theism is true then God plays an explanatory role in ethics.
3. If 'God is good' is morally significant, then moral goodness must be independent of God.
4. If God plays an explanatory role in ethics, moral goodness must be dependent on God.
Therefore: Theism is false. Theism in other words, is self contradictory and hence false. We can construct an exactly parallel argument substituting "God wills us to do what is good" with "God is Good" and by doing this we capture the challenge to theism. By the way, this was posed by Plato's dilemma.
You cannot be moral without making choices. Simply obeying rules, tradition and dogmatic answers to moral questions do not make a person moral. Morality requires choices, and the more that a person relies on a "text book of morality" or dogmatic pre-laid rules, the less they are acting as a moral person. Obeying rules because you think you should is not the same as making moral choices, therefore at best such people are morally neutral, amoral."
Awakenedwraith: You didn't interpret the 'Me first, always' ideology correctly. It doesn't mean Athiests are selfish, it means that they realise that there is a standard of goodness independent of a 'god' and they admit that 'god' cannot be the source of morality. In other words, they choose to be independent of a deity.