Sarah Palin is not the next Rush Limbaugh. But is William Shatner?

There's been a lot of buzz this week about Sarah Palin getting her own radio show on Clear Channel.

Although after watching William Shatner read some of her speeches on Conan O'Brien, we think Capt. Kirk would do better.

But Broadcasting & Cable's Paige Albiniak  has already put a damper on Palin's prospects. She says her sources say that Clear Channel has already turned Palin down.

"While you might assume Palin would be a better fit for conservative radio than the less partisan world of syndicated broadcast TV, my sources say the country's biggest radio conglomerate, Clear Channel, has already passed on her."

Their main objection? That Sarah would have to talk for three whole hours a day.

Frankly, we think she'd run out of coherent sentences in 10 minutes. OK, five.

Plus, there's no winking on radio.

Is Sarah better suited to a TV talk show?  They can edit a TV talk show. And she could at least set fashion and hair trends. Think of the endorsement deals for high red heels and eyewear!

And lord knows she's a little easier on the eyes than that scrawny Ann Coulter.

What do you think? Radio or TV for Sarah? Or William Shatner?

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