It's going to be an uphill battle, but it's worth it. Besides, what else does she have going on?
Palin Lawyers Warn Publisher of ‘The Rogue’ Not to Destroy Documents Ahead of Possible Lawsuit
It's unfortunate that anyone in this country - including a "public figure" - is held to a different legal standard when it comes to charges of defamation, libel, and slander. Lawyers call it a "higher standard." In truth, it's a lower one. Gutter low.
In either case, no "public figure" has a more solid case of defamation (i.e., a false accusation of an offense or a malicious misrepresentation of someone's words or actions) than Sarah Palin does with regard to that "journalist" who camped out next door to her home and has written a tale about her family.
The smoking gun? This email that can only be taken as proof that there is no substance to what the author was writing about her.
While it's fair to assume that Joe McGinnis, the author, hasn't any cash for Palin to seize in a court battle, his publisher, Crown Books, does.
Here's hoping Sarahcuda owns the company when it's all over.