The Sunday morning political show that attracted all the buzz on Monday was Chris Wallace's FOX News Sunday. His guest was Wyoming Senate candidate, Republican Liz Cheney, who found herself in a family feud with her sister Mary and her sister-in-law Heather Poe. Liz went on the record as opposing the right of lesbians to get married. All three newscasts used the soundbite from Wallace's show to jump on the Cheneys: CBS' Nancy Cordes, NBC's Andrea Mitchell, and ABC's Jonathan Karl. Both Mitchell and Karl went to their networks' archives to find a q-&-a with father Dick on the same-sex issue. ABC's used Karl himself; NBC used Today's Savannah Guthrie.
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