"Althouse did it once. And only because no one else was available. I realize BHTV is a left-wing site, but damn - it gets boring."
An apt comment over at Bloggingheads.
ADDED: "DV" means "diavlog" — that is, a video'd conversation between 2 persons. BHTV supposedly pairs people from different or opposite sides, and there really is a vision of producing something like the "civility" we've been hearing so much about lately. But it seems like I'm go-to Palin defender over there. The commenter is wrong that I only did it once. I've done it many times, and I am not a big Palin supporter. I'm more of a big critic of Palin-hating, and there's been a lot of Palin-hating out there to criticize:
September 5, 2008: I defend Palin in a diavlog with Jane Hamsher.
October 14, 2008: In a diavlog with Ana Marie Cox, I argue that Palin is good for the country — even as I say I'm going to vote against her:
November 5, 2008: In a diavlog with Glenn Reynolds, we both defend Palin.
July 5, 2009: I push back when Michelle Goldberg goes all out against Palin.
November 19, 2009: I'm re-paired with Goldberg and consequently better prepared to push back when she attacks Palin. Famous fireworks in this one, when Goldberg doesn't like it when I — as they say — punch back twice as hard.
November 20, 2010: I'm the one BHTV chose to go up against the author of "Palinisms" (a book mocking Palin).