It's a safe bet that Sarah Palin won't be attending Katie Couric's going away party.
The former Alaska governor sent some sarcasm-drenched best wishes to the departing CBS News anchor, who famously grilled Palin in a 2008 interview. The sitdown was widely interpreted as a devastating blow for the Republican vice presidential candidate, who came off as confused and ill-informed on foreign policy and the media
"Yeah, I think I read that in a newspaper, one of the many newspapers that I read online," said Palin, apparently referencing the 2008 interview, in which she seemed unable to name a single publication she reads regularly.
Palin later blasted the liberal media for its "gotcha journalism."
She then mocked Couric, who recently told People Magazine that she's looking to do more "multi-dimensional storytelling."
"Yes, and I hear that she wants to now engage in more multi-dimensional storytelling, versus, I guess, just the straight-on read into that teleprompter screen storytelling," Palin said. "So, more power to her. I wish her well with her multi-dimensional storytelling."
What do we think of Sarah Palin's comments?
Classy? Deserved? Well played from a political standpoint (if she even has a political standpoint these days)?