The son of former vice president Dan Quayle has donned his political armor to battle other Republicans hoping to succeed retiring Rep. John Shadegg of Arizona. Dad announced son Ben's candidacy today during a Fox News interview.
The elder Quayle was No. 2 during the presidency of the elder George Bush.
Can we all agree that political office in a democracy should not be hereditary?
I can't think of one junior who got into politics, and did better than senior.