Lynne Cheney just told CNN that, in contrast to her own lesbian love novel, Jim Webb's novel isn't appropriate for grandchildren to hear. Cheney insisted that her lesbian love novel isn't sexual at all, even though it includes lesbian love affairs, brothels and attempted rapes.
Man, those Cheney girls sure have a funny definition of family values. I wonder if their religious right supporters agree?
Let's find out whether Lynne Cheney's book about lesbian love, attempted rate, and whorehouses is appropriate for your grandchildren. Gather the kids around and read a few passages of Lynne Cheney's lesbian love novel, Sisters. Then ask the kids what they think. If you need to define the word lesbian for them, I'm sure it won't be anything they haven't heard in Sunday School.
Excerpts from Sisters:
CNN'S WOLF BLITZER: But you had written a book entitled "Sisters."Not necessarily? What kind of an answer is that?
LYNNE CHENEY: I did write a book entitled "Sisters."
BLITZER: And it did have lesbian characters.
CHENEY: No, not necessarily. This description is a lie, I'll stand on that.
BLITZER: There is nothing in there about rapes and brothels?
CHENEY: Wolf, could we talk about a children's book for a minute?
WOLF: This is an opportunity for you to explain on these sensitive issues.
CHENEY: Well I have nothing to explain.