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Palin: “Obviously, We’ve Got to Stand with Our North Korean Allies”

(Photo: Roger H. Goun)

Sarah Palin strikes again.

The former Alaska governor and the current favorite for the 2012 Republican nomination for President in many circles has voiced her solidarity with Korea during the current crisis between north and south. Trouble is, Palin is seemingly cheering for the wrong Korea.

Appearing on Fox News personality Glenn Beck’s radio show, Palin declared “obviously, we’ve got to stand with our North Korean allies.” She was quickly corrected.

Could it have been an honest mistake, like when President Obama said he’d visited 57 U.S. states? Could be. But we doubt it. This is, after all, a woman who couldn’t explain why Korea was divided.

She also didn’t know that Africa was a continent and could not identify the countries in the North American Free Trade Agreement even though she was sitting in one of them and the other two were immediately north and south of her.

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