What the F is this bimbo doing now?
NEW DELHI — U.S. politician Sarah Palin stressed the importance of America's ties with India, saying they were based on the shared values of freedom and free-market capitalism, while sounding a warning note on China's rise during a speech Saturday in New Delhi.
Palin told a well-heeled audience of Indian business leaders, professionals and socialites that U.S.-Indian relations were "key to the future of our world."
"We're going to need each other, especially as these other regions rise," she said, in an apparent reference to China, during a Q&A that followed a keynote speech titled "My Vision of America."
She also took aim at one of her favorite targets, the U.S. media.
She accused them of failing "to set the record straight" and joked that they willfully cost her and McCain the 2008 election.
"I will not sit back and take media criticism," Palin said. "Too often, Republicans, I don't know, they kind of have the fighting instinct of sheep."
So, Is Sarah Palin calling Republicans sheeple????????????? hahahahaha