HANNITY: You've never tried marijuana.
HANNITY: You never had a drink.
HANNITY: You've never had a cigarette that you smoked.
JILLETTE: I do fire eating, so I have to light a cigarette --
HANNITY: You never smoked a cigar.
HANNITY: You're the exception to the rule for libertarians. You know that, right?
JILLETTE: I do know that, but I also do know that the most important thing is for the government to allow more freedom than I want for myself. Morality has to be a subset -- the most important thing is that people in this country feel like they are living legally. There's nobody in this country right now that can say with complete confidence they are doing nothing illegal. We have too many laws. What you need to do, is if you are a good person, you should have no fear of the government. It comes back to the Al Capone thing that we busted him on income tax invasion. You don't want to feel good about that. You don't want to feel good that the government can bust anybody on anything they want. You want to be able to do good things. Much smaller laws. You know, my son, when he gets to be 12 years old, should be able to understand everything that's illegal and everything that's not. There shouldn't be this huge amount of illegal things you can do. Someone who is a good person should have no fear of the government whatsoever.
HANNITY: All right, I lost this debate. I can't win this debate. Go waste half your vote.
JILLETTE: I'll waste my whole vote. That's what I'm going to do.
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