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Judge Napolitano: Why You Can Be a Libertarian And Still Be Religious

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Published on Dec 13, 2012

Today on Fox Business Network, Judge Andrew Napolitano addressed the libertarian view on religion. He disagreed with the statement that libertarians don't believe in God.

Judge Napolitano responded to the claim, saying, "Most libertarians would go along with Jefferson's argument in the Declaration of Independence — we are endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights."

Generally speaking, the judge explained that libertarians believe that our rights come from our humanity and our humanity is a gift from God.

"Your humble correspondent is an old-fashioned, pre-Vatican II Roman Catholic," Judge Napolitano said, describing how he preferred Mass to be held in Latin. "Many, many libertarians feel that way about tradition and about a traditional recognition of the existence of God."

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