Will Palin on TV Help or Hurt Politically?

By David Schoetz

Mar 31, 2010 11:17pm

Like her or loath her, former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin is coming to a regularly scheduled TV program near you.  Palin has inked a lucrative deal with TLC's Discovery Channel for a show about her home state, called "Sarah Palin's Alaska." (It will perhaps have some competition from "Levi Johnston's Final Frontier," featuring the father of her grandchild and Playgirl centerfold.)  The best-selling author already is a regular Fox News contributor, and tomorrow night will host a one-hour special that today garnered some controversy. LL Cool J and Toby Keith, two celebrities advertised as appearing in the program, "Real American Stories," say they were never interviewed by Palin. You can read more about their confusion and the controversy that has followed HERE. Tonight, we ask: Will Sarah Palin help or hurt her political career, and whatever her 2012 aspirations may be, with her involvement in these television projects? Tell us what you think.

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