HYANNIS PORT, Massachusetts - It appears that country artist Taylor Swift prefers to keep it in the family; the Kennedy family.
The 22-year-old singer spent the Independence Day holidays at the Kennedy Hyannisport Compound in Hyannis Port with Patrick Schwarzenegger, the 18-year-old son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.
After dating for several weeks the two finally ended their relationship. Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors reported that the reason was because Patrick's mom, Maria Shriver, did not want her son getting hurt by the much older Swift.
She added that Miss Swift has a history of writing extremely personal songs about guys that she has dated and broken up with such as Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Shriver stated that that she did not want for Taylor to end up dumping her son and then writing a mean-spirited song about their relationship which could reveal some very intimate Schwarzenegger secrets.
Taylor had promised Patrick's mother that she wouldn't but Maria did not believe her. Swift was very upset at her remark and so she ended up dumping Patrick and stating that she may just write a song about Maria Shriver's over protective nature of her little 18-year-old boy.
Taylor has amazingly rebounded into the arms of Patrick's cousin Conor Kennedy, who is the grandson of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
Conor, like Patrick is also 18. And he and Tay-Tay spent a few days at the Kennedy Compound where the new couple sunbathed on the beach, frolicked on the sand, kissed on the dunes, and necked madly in Taylor's rented BMW.
Reports that Patrick is so angry at his mother that he has stated to several entertainment news agencies and publications that he is no longer speaking to her and he is now taking his father's side in the divorce proceedings.
In Political News. Several of Mitt "Foot-In-Mouth" Romney's political advisers are strongly urging the ex-governor to cut short his overseas trip and return to the United States before he makes anymore embarrassing and insulting comments and remarks about England, Poland, France, Germany, or Portugal.