Scumbags invaded Sarah Palin's personal email account, and the Washington Post reprints
the contents - verbatim - of emails (I'm choosing not to link to the newspaper article). This is journalistic irresponsibility that makes the newspaper complicit in the invasion of Palin's privacy. Yes, it's a story that the emails were hacked. Reprinting the content? Goes way too far. Receiving stolen property?
On top of it, they're trying to turn her personal emails into a public scandal.
It's just as in court - this is fruit of the poisoned tree, so the contents of the email account should be OFF limits for public discussion.