An argument between former Vice-President Dick Cheney's two daughters about gay marriage has gone public.
The remarks prompted Short bus full sister Mary Cheney, who is married to a woman, to post on Facebook: "You're just wrong. The two sisters have reportedly not spoken in several months. Mr Cheney himself said in "he didn't have any problem with" same-sex marriage.
Liz Cheney is campaigning to become the Republican senator for Wyoming. But first, she must oust the party's incumbent, Mike Enzi, from his seat.
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To decide the contest, a primary election will be held next August. Same-sex marriage has become an issue in Ms Cheney's campaign after she publicly declared she was not in favour Seeking roleplay fun it. But a group ran attack suggesting that she had ly voiced support for same-sex marriage rights. When asked about her views, Ms Cheney told Fox News if "people are in a same-sex relationship and they want their partner to be able to have health benefits or be deated as a beneficiary on their life insurance, there's no reason they shouldn't do that".
But she added: "I do believe it's an issue that's got to be left up to the state. I do believe in the traditional definition of marriage.
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But Mary Cheney - who worked on the re-election campaign on George W Bush, an opponent of gay marriage - took umbrage at her sibling's comments. She posted on Facebook: "Liz - this isn't just an issue on which we disagree you're just wrong - and on the wrong side of history. Heather Married but looking for Sellersburg, Mary Cheney's spouse, responded on Facebook that "[Liz] didn't hesitate to tell us how happy she was for us" when they were married in Washington DC last year. When asked for comment on her wife's post, Mary Cheney told the New York Times she Looking for a Dominate Women believed Liz had always been "very supportive" of her relationship with Ms Poe.
But she said that now it would "impossible" for them to reconcile as long as the Senate candidate maintains her position.
Mr Cheney and his wife Lynne said on Monday their elder daughter has "always believed in the traditional definition of marriage". They said Liz Cheney had "always treated her sister and her sister's family with love and respect, exactly as she should have done". For Cheneys, politics gets personal.
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