Well that's an interesting point but if I may play "devil's" advocate (ha!) for a moment, if it was only a weekend it certainly wasn't a weekend in the park. Crucifixion wasn't just designed to kill; it was deliberately designed to humiliate and torture, in the most excruciating way imaginable at the time. You were stripped naked in front of your entire community and nailed to a post in a position that made it difficult to breathe. You were beaten and poked with spears. When your muscles gave out, your body weight pulled your arms out of their sockets. You were left that way to die the slowest, most humiliating, and most painful death they could engineer at the time.
If Jesus had been a real person (which I seriously doubt) and he had done that alone for my sake, I'd feel indebted beyond anything I'd be willing to repay frankly, whether he came back to life afterwards or not. But I think that's the point that Christians and non-believers alike seem to get wrong, in my opinion... that it was supposedly a real event, that a real person did for your or my salvation.
It seems to me rather an allegory symbolizing a psychological journey any individual must take in order to loosen the bond of ego-identification. The torture on the cross symbolizes the perceived terror of impending "ego death" and the resurrection is the discovery that loss of ego identity doesn't kill you after all; it just liberates you from needless suffering.
Or at least that's what knowledgeable religious scholars say anyway. The rank and file Christian shouldn't be expected to know any more about Christianity than the rank and file computer user would be expected to know about writing code. It's really expecting more of them than is realistic, and this meme is intended as an insult rather than a way to lift their understanding.
Christianity claims to be about love. If people who claim to be Christians are not behaving in loving ways, then to that extent they have failed to be Christians. If people who don't claim to be Christians prefer to belittle rather than to lift up, then they have failed to be any better than the thing they are criticizing. People are just people, even when we are mistaken. We are all just doing the best we can with the situation we were handed. There are no evil others.