Sarah Palin would like you to know that she’s not the only high-profile pol who’s suffered from slips of the tongue – the president has too.
In response to her latest verbal gaffe – mistakenly calling North Korea an American ally – the ex-vice presidential candidate took a swipe at critics Thursday with a “Thanksgiving message" blasting the media and pointing out Obama’s previous misstatements.
The message, posted on her Facebook page, is addressed to “all 57 states," a poke at President Obama who mistakenly told an audience in 2008 that he has been to more states than actually exist.
And Palin didn’t stop there: Obama’s bungles are highlighted in a series of links to YouTube clips. They include the President calling Europe a country, the U.S. fighting to “halt the rise of privacy" (he meant piracy) in Somalia and Israel being a “strong friend of Israel’s."