Liddy is best known for his role as a 'plumber' in the Watergate conspiracy which ultimately led to President Richard Nixon's resignation. He currently hosts a syndicated radio show.
"Looking at the Roman Catholic faith, I was unable to distinguish its assertion of a virgin birth, a return from the dead, and the bodily assumption into somewhere outside the universe of a man and his mother from among similar pagan superstitions. My last fear, the fear of God died with my faith. I was now alone and would have to live life armed only with my own inner resources. I felt a surge of confidence and resolve like that I had experienced years before when I conquered my fear of lightning. I was free."
G. Gordon Liddy, Will: the Autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy, St. Martin's Paperbacks edition, July 1991, p 138-9
"I have found within myself all I need and all I ever shall need. I am a man of great faith, but my faith is in George Gordon Liddy. I have never failed me." -- The Christian Century, 9-28-77, p. 836
A webpage for his radio show can be found at http://www.liddyshow.us
Editor's note: these quotes are bit old for someone so visible in the media for his commentary. Can anyone provide a more recent quote?