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11/24/2008

Sibling rivalry: Former House speaker edition

by Jeremy Hooper

Whether it's eating the last cookie, skipping out on chores, or trivializing one's life as a "lifestyle" and writing off the idea that they should be equal as part of some sort of "radical agenda," brothers and sisters sometimes have squabbles. For insight into the first two kinds of battles, go down to any local daycare and chat with a couple of six-year-olds. For insight into the third kind of sibling disagreement, you can head over to Huffington Post to read what Newt's lesbian sister...

...Candace has to say about some of her uber-conserative brother's recent anti-gay thoughts:

"In other words, stop being a hater, big bro."
A Letter to My Brother Newt Gingrich [HuffPo]

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