As her dad would say, "the image is one thing, the human being is another." Lisa comes off at times in public as rude and crass, a bit rebellious. But you tell in her eyes and face when she talks about her father how much she loves him, and how much pain is still there nearly thirty years after his death. I think she is like anyone else, she has the best and worst qualities of both of her parents. She's carried the weight of her father's legacy all of her life, and while that doesn't justify any mistakes she's made in public or private, she's just human like the rest of us. We all make mistakes, ours just aren't aired out on national television. I think Elvis would be proud of her. I think he would be proud of his grandchildren too.