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'''Dan Quayle''' was the [[Vice President of the United States of America|vice president]] under [[Presidents of the United States | George H. W. Bush]].  He had a much publicized feud with [[Murphy Brown]], who was a fictional single mother.  Dan Quayle said that she was immoral and there was a big fight in the media.  Quayle was criticized for debating the lifestyle of a person who did not actually exist. He was also criticised for misspelling "[[potato]]" as "potatoe," but is remembered as a loyal Republican and loyal conservative in hindsight.
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'''Dan Quayle''' was the [[Vice President of the United States of America|vice president]] under [[Presidents of the United States | George H. W. Bush]].  He had a much publicized feud with [[Murphy Brown]], who was a fictional single mother.  Dan Quayle said that she was immoral and there was a big fight in the media.  Quayle was criticized for debating the lifestyle of a person who did not actually exist. He was also criticised for misspelling "[[potato]]" as "potatoe," but is remembered as a loyal Republican and loyal conservative in hindsight, advocating a conservative agenda and for traditional values.
  
 
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Dan Quayle was the vice president under George H. W. Bush. He had a much publicized feud with Murphy Brown, who was a fictional single mother. Dan Quayle said that she was immoral and there was a big fight in the media. Quayle was criticized for debating the lifestyle of a person who did not actually exist. He was also criticised for misspelling "potato" as "potatoe," but is remembered as a loyal Republican and loyal conservative in hindsight, advocating a conservative agenda and for traditional values.