Dick Morris appeared on "The O'Reilly Factor" and said that the media and Democrats are "scared to death" of Sarah Palin.
Morris commented on Gov. Palin's ability to connect with everyday people and was adamant that the former vice presidential candidate helped - not hurt - John McCain's presidential campaign. As evidence, Morris cited relative voting differences for George Bush and McCain, noting that Bush got 11 points more among white men than did McCain, but only 4 points more among white women. He attributed the seven-point difference to Sarah Palin, saying that he could see no other reason why McCain ran better among white women than white men.
Here's a video clip of the segment, via FNC:
h/t: Conservatism With Heart