When Vice President Dan Quayle criticized the Murphy Brown television show a few years ago, nobody knew that he was igniting a national debate that would eventually affect video in supermarkets. That much is clear now. As you may remember, Brown thought it was very contemporary to have a baby solo; that is, without a husband and father cluttering a progressive household. Quayle in effect said her plan was contrary to recorded history and life as we know it. The politically correct crew ...
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