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For the spawn of Dick Cheney, a message of intolerance may play well with Republican primary voters in Wyoming, but Senate candidate Liz Cheney is finding it doesn't do much for family relations:
Things erupted on Sunday when Mary Cheney, a lesbian, and her wife were at home watching “Fox News Sunday” — their usual weekend ritual. Liz Cheney appeared on the show and said that she opposed same-sex marriage, describing it as “just an area where we disagree,” referring to her sister. Taken aback and hurt, Mary Cheney took to her Facebook page to blast back: “Liz — this isn’t just an issue on which we disagree you’re just wrong — and on the wrong side of history.”
And while Liz is said to be "irritated" by this public disagreement (never mind her own public stance on the issue), she:
... declined to directly address the remarks from her sister and sister-in-law, but said in an email: “I love my sister and her family and have always tried to be compassionate towards them. I believe that is the Christian way to behave.”