Sarah Palin has added to her long list of foreign policy gaffes in some style. Speaking on cry baby Glenn Beck’s radio programme the former governor managed to confuse North Korea (bad) with South Korea (good).

CO-HOST: How would you handle a situation like the one that just developed in North Korea?
PALIN: The White House aren’t gonna come up with a strong enough policy to sanction what it is that North Korea are gonna do … But obviously, we’ve got to stand with our North Korean allies.
CO-HOST: South Korean.
PALIN: Ah, Yeah.

Those unfamiliar with the worldview of the Queen Grizzly could do worse than watch her car crash spot with Katie Couric in 2008. Laying claim to foreign policy experience in relation to Russia, the interview is now seen as a major unforced error of the McCain/Palin ticket.

Naturally, Scrapbook is supporting Sarah for the Republican nomination.*

*Because she is bonkers.

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