When the media doesn't pay enough attention to Sarah Palin's antics (her book tour, her holiday Facebook manifestos, her show on TLC, her daughter on Dancing With The Stars), it's because we have a "liberally biased media that can't handle a strong female Republican media figure."
So when the media does pay attention to her, it's because they're obsessed with her, see.
The great part is the Village media is doing it to themselves. She drives copy. They can't not cover her, but if they do she rails against them. She's grown too powerful to dismiss out of hand as a result. They can't turn her off, so it becomes a mutual feeding frenzy instead.
She gets to sit in the eye of her hurricane and watch the damage around her. And yet common sense would dictate that it's Sarah Palin obsessed with her own constant efforts to be newsworthy, outrageous, and omnipresent. The Village is glad to enable her. Krauthammer bemoans the media's obsession, and yet Palin refuses to stay out of the news for even 24 hours with her family's spectrum-saturating shenanigans, designed to create as much news as possible.
He's right in a sense that the media is enabling this behavior, in which case Krauthammer might want to see if he can convince her to tone it down. Good luck with that. The love/hate relationship will continue until one of them decides they don't need the other anymore. Sadly, that won't be until at least early 2012.