David Letterman was sharply criticized for the jokes he told about Sarah Palin and her daughter earlier this week by a conservative public policy group which promotes "biblical values and family traditions," according to its website. Wendy Wright, president of Concerned Women for America, told Fox News that the talk show host's jokes about the former Vice Presidential candidate were "reprehensible" and "a pretty ugly reflection of who Letterman may be."
Jun 12 2009 01:09 AM ET
Letterman's Palin jokes slammed by conservative women's group
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