Appearing on Laura Ingraham's radio show today, Dick Cheney was asked what it takes to be
a vice president and, specifically whether he thought Sarah Palin was well-suited for the job having been the vice presidential nominee in 2008.
“You do need to have a thick skin. You’ll be the subject of a lot of criticism," Cheney said, then added, "I’ve never gotten around the question of her having left the governorship of Alaska mid-term. I’ve never heard that adequately explained.”
You can hear Cheney's comments the the 2:08 mark in the clip below:
Politico's Ben Smith talks about the new round of speculation surrounding whether Sarah Palin will enter the 2012 presidential race.