I mean, it's not like anything would matter without God. Why not just pull out a gun and shoot yourself in the foot, it's not like it matters.
Somehow I think this is a delightful rephrasing of the old canard. It's not only well phrased by it provides it's own rebuttal. There's something delightful about presenting a valid variation of another's argument, in such a way that it's obviously self-refuting. The only thing better than an argument that can be refuted in one word, is an argument that is refuted in zero.
There was no good science between Aristotle and the Middle Ages! (an actual argument made by Stark and other people)-- Archimedes.
Faith is a beautiful thing and is good for it's own sake.
If there's no God, why don't you just shoot yourself in the foot.-- ...