Here's Carter's description of how what Palin stands for is anathema to Wonder Woman:
She's judgmental and dictatorial, telling people how they've got to live their lives. And a superior religious self-righteousness . . . that's just not what Wonder Woman is about.
Let's leave Palin out of the discussion. Does Carter really know what Wonder Woman is all about? Wonder Woman is an Amazon princess--an anti-democratic royal from a society which borders on a theocracy, so intertwined is it with religious tradition. Heck, as a member of the royal family she practically has a direct link to the gods. And talk about self-righteous: Princess Diana has no doubt as to which society is better, the all-woman, Amazon sisterhood or the corrupt, godless world of men.
Maybe the '70s TV version of Wonder Woman was a more egalitarian take, but that's not the classic view of the character.
All of that said, Lynda Carter is still getting it done at 57.