redheadguy saidI don't think Palin should be rewarded for failure.
Glad she's gone.
Failure? Gone??? HA! Surely you're not THAT blinded. This woman is arguably in more demand right now in terms of interviews and public appearance requests than any politician other than probably Barrack Obama. She continues to draw huge crowds. I kind of doubt that she will do Letterman, but rather do Leno instead, though I think it would be a hoot if she went on Letterman and matched him wit for wit. She'll be a great subject on OPRAH, and I do hope she does the show and, when she does, watch the ratings go through the roof. Sorry, guys, but like it or not Sarah Palin isn't going anywhere. She has made a huge splash into the public arena and, while obviously she doesn't hit all cylinders with many of you, she has millions of supporters that get her and love her. Hopefully, the p.r. people and other handlers behind her will skillfully orchestrate her public appearances so that she doesn't get over-exposed and has a bit more control over her overall image so that, over time through the next 4 years, she will win over many who up until now have not really given her a break. We forget that this woman was plucked out of obscurity and thrust into the public arena virtually overnight. The pressure and spotlight this must have put on her, not to mention her family, is astounding. I mean, c'mon guys, cut the gal some slack. Sure she had some flubbed interviews but overall, considering the responsibilty that was thrust upon her, I'd say she handled herself admirably and with style and grace. It's not like the much more seasoned and experienced politician, Joe Biden, didn't have his share of blunders. Of course, they don't get the attention or the mass exposure. Why? Because Sarah Palin has more popularity in her left pinky than Joe Biden has ever had his entire career.