Former Vice President Dan Quayle says his competitors for the Republican party’s presidential nomination are stealing a page from his playbook by focusing on “family values.” Quayle says when he first began talking about “family values,” he took some heat, most notably from his speech deriding television’s “Murphy Brown.” The republican-controlled Congress is considering a tax cut package of up to one-billion dollars. Quayle favors a 30-percent, across-the-board tax cut. Quayle made stops in Fort Madison, Burlington and Des Moines yesterday. Today, Quayle begins his day in Perry at 8 a.m., then travels to Clarion, Clear Lake, Charles City, Oelwein and Independence. On Tuesday, he’ll be in Dubuque, Anamosa, Tipton and Washington.
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