CNN caught up with Sarah Palin in Alaska today, and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer wanted to know Palin’s thoughts about the Rush Limbaugh controversy, especially since Palin herself has been subjected to vile comments in the past.
Limbaugh has been in the eye of the storm for calling a Georgetown law student "a slut" and "a prostitute" when she testified before Congress about the difficulties in obtaining contraception through school channels and said public assistance would help.
Here’s what Palin said: "I think the definition of hypocrisy is for Rush Limbaugh to have been called out, forced to apologize, and retract what it is he said in exercising his First Amendment rights, and never is that same applied to the leftist radicals who say such horrible things about the handicapped, about women, about the defenseless. So I think that’s the definition of hypocrisy. And that’s my two cents worth."