Senator Lieberman talks religious freedom at BYU

by | Oct. 26, 2011

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Current United States senator, and former vice-presidential nominee, Joseph Lieberman delivered a speech today emphasizing the importance of religious liberty to an audience at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.

“We are now at the start of a presidential campaign in which discussions and debates about the relationship between politics and religion, about the proper place of faith in the public square, have already begun to play a prominent role,” said the senator from Connecticut. “These are not new questions; they are very old. They go back to the founders of our country ... The remarkable documents that they wrote and embraced guaranteed religious freedom for everyone not just them that shared their faith.”

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