Well, the predictable orgy around Lynn Vincent's autobiography of Sarahcuda has begun, shot out of Oprah's cannon and into a vat of oatmeal gravy. Newsday noticed that Oprah's main concern seemed to be...herself (go figure) and that Teh Cuda never even mentioned the guy who made her a STAR.
[S]he...came across as a whiner at times - as an ingrate, and mean-spirited, as someone who declined or refused to give John McCain so much as a nod of appreciation, barely even acknowledging him. How would that have hurt her? Just a "I'd really like to thank him for the tremendous opportunity..etc. etc." But nothing - or at least nothing generous. It felt feckless, mean-spirited. (But that's what the book is about in some parts, so...)
Let's go through the interview:
Oprah asks if she was "snubbed" when Oprah declined to have her on.
Palin: "...it didn't even register." In other words, she had bigger things to worry about than whether O wanted to have her on the show or not.
Well, maybe it didn't register with Sarahcuda who had, after all, major wardrobe decisions hanging fire at the time, but it sure registered with the Big O who was downright testy about it. McCain, otoh, may be thanking his lucky moonz that she ignored him.