Letterman apologizes to Palin

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After a few days of back-and-forthing, David Letterman has offered an on-air apology to Sarah Palin for a joke he made referencing her daughter. In case you missed it, here’s the comment in question.

See the apology here.

So did our boy Dave go over the line? Should a comedian apologize for his jokes? Is this too little/too late or an honorable act?

And, ultimately, how does her concern with such matters influence your thoughts about the Alaskan governor?

Your thoughts?

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