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Topic - Patti Davis
A very public feud between Dick Cheney’s daughters is only the latest example of adult siblings wrestling on a national political stage. Of course, adult-onset sibling rivalry can occur in just about any family with multiple offspring.
The daughter of former President Ronald Reagan said this week that her father would not have stood in front of same-sex marriage, saying that opposing it would have clashed against his governing philosophy.
Bristol Palin's new book, "Not Afraid of Life," opens at 100 mph and never slows down. Everything the title promises is is an intimathere. This te, insider, unabashed account of life in the Palin family. This is a teenager's almost innocent portrayal of her sudden rise to fame and the people she encounters along the way.
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"I think people have chosen my father to chose and mold him into whatever they want him to be. He was a very tolerant person. He did not have prejudices against gay people," she said.
"I think he would be puzzled on the one hand at why anyone would have a problem with people wanting to be married and wanting to be committed to one another and what difference does not make to anyone else's life," Patti Davis told the website Gwist TV, which bills itself as the "first online network that's not about being gay but for being gay."