Presidential hopeful Dan Quayle appears to have shifted his target from Murphy Brown to Ally McBeal as the reason for the erosion of family values in America.

At a speech to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco Wednesday, Quayle blamed much of the country’s problems on a “legal aristocracy” that he said has undermined parental authority, school discipline and religious freedom.

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