Dan Quayle isn’t without blame for his own lightweight image, but he was an elder statesman compared to people we consider for high office now, including both George W. Bush circa 1999 and Barack Obama circa now. He also mastered some fairly complex defense issues while in the Senate. Whether it is better to be Dan Quayle with mammaries or John McCain in a dress I’ll leave to the readers to decide, but I’m going to try my hardest not to picture either of them.
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