The following item appeared in today's edition of the New York Post:Dan Quayle, who was ridiculed when he criticized Murphy Brown for glorifying single motherhood, is a huge fan of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne. "Here you have two adults who are madly in love with each other, dedicated to each other," Quayle tells T&L Golf. "The language is an issue but they do have certain restrictions . . . And Ozzy is always saying no to drugs, no to drinking . . . If you look at Ozzy, can there be a better walking billboard for why not to do drugs?"
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