Her greatest hypocrisy is in her pretense that she is a woman. The Republican party's cynical calculation that because she has a womb and makes lots and lots of babies (and drives them to school! wow!) she speaks for the women of America, and will capture their hearts and their votes, has driven thousands of real women to take to their computers in outrage. She does not speak for women; she has no sympathy for the problems of other women, particularly working class women.
And as for religion, I'd love to know precisely how the Good Lord conveyed to her so clearly his intention to destroy the environment (global warming, she thinks, is not the work of human hands, so it must be the work of You Know Who), the lives of untold thousands of soldiers and innocent bystanders (He is apparently rooting for this, too, she says), and, incidentally, a lot of polar bears and wolves, not to mention all the people who will be shot with the guns that she thinks other people ought to have.
Wow. I'm no Palin fanatic, but I can at least understand how people in good faith can admire someone like Palin. Remember, this is all written under the name of "not forcing beliefs on others." This attempt to deny womanhood and dismiss a rather common set of beliefs as claptrap would really annoy me were I in a different demographic.
One reason I bring is up is in regards to the infamous Doniger egg-fly incident and related charges. The backstory is that Western Hinduism scholars analyze some texts in Freudian fashion, many people make idle threats, and reasonable people lose respect for everyone involved. Many of the critics have no idea what they are talking about, but a few make interesting arguments that Freudian analysis doesn't really make sense when applied to Vedic scripture. Doniger and company never really respond beyond "psychoanalysis is the most sophisticated language we have to talk about questions" (really?) but go on to link every online hooligan with a vast right-wing Hindu conspiracy arrayed against their academic freedom.
I just want to note that the commentators on Doniger's page are every bit as vile as her detractors elsewhere; this is just something people do when they feel their beliefs are threatened. That's why you shouldn't take their empty threats too seriously, and why you should disagree with your political opponents--as Obama does--without openly disrespecting them.