The only explanation is misogyny and political bias -- and the absence of attractive Democrat women on the national stage.
LARRY KING, HOST: We can't leave without asking you, my producers say I must ask you. Sarah Palin, what do you think? Sarah Palin? I got to say her name because we have to say it every night.
Sarah Palin. What do you say?
SARAH SILVERMAN: Oh, about what? Her posing in "Playboy"? I think she should go for it.
KING: Agreed. Thank you, Sarah.
SILVERMAN: Thank you.
Could you imagine the uproar if a conservative radio or television host and guest were to have such an exchange about a prominent Democrat woman – perhaps Michelle Obama? There would be Hell to pay! Why, then, does this sort of thing remain acceptable – and where are the angry feminists?