In yet another example of just how far along Sarah Palin has come from the days of being accused of not knowing her geography, it is being reported that she is now taking on Glenn Beck by letting him know just exactly how wrong he is about the Korean crisis.
Earlier this week, while appearing on Glenn Beck's radio show, she was asked her thoughts on the Korean crisis. True to form, Palin was well-versed as she told Beck "We have to stand with our North Korean allies." Beck then tried to correct Palin by telling her that our actual ally is South Korea and if anything, North Korea more likely our enemy. Confused, but undeterred, Palin answered Beck as follows:
"Look Glenn, with all due respect, you are just a radio host. I, on the other hand, am a potential candidate for the highest office in the land. You really shouldn't call me on these things, especially while we are on the air, without the proof to back them up. If I say North Korea, you say 'sure, whatever' got it?" Palin then went on to say that it was no big deal anyways. All the Asian countries look alike to her. "Hong Kong, King Kong, who the hell cares?"