Yep, this pretty much sums Palin up.
(via Dangerous Minds)
Thanks to Adam for translating this in the comments:
In 2008, Republican presidential candidate John McCain picked Sarah Palin as his running mate. At the time, very few people knew who she was. [shoots bear] After their defeat, McCain and Palin parted ways, and Palin became the “vixen queen” (lit. spicy queen) of the conservative right wing, attracting more and more popular support. [Teabagger rally] Fox News invited her on as a presenter to discuss the day’s hot topics, like the oil spill incident in the Gulf of Mexico. Her family life also became a public spectacle. There were rumors that Palin’s daughter and her daughter’s fiancé would become the main characters of a reality show. [baby shoots assault rifle] Some people worried that she was too inexperienced, but Palin insisted she had a lot of knowledge of international affairs. Palin got more and more famous, so she stuck her nose into New York local politics. Not only did she invent a new word in the process [dictionary explodes], but also compared herself to Shakespeare. This year, her governmental committee SarahPAC has already raised 1.3 million dollars. Such prolific fundraising has caused people to question whether Palin is preparing for a presidential bid in 2012, running against Obama. [chokehold!] If Palin is elected, it will represent the support of the American people for conservative ideologies, and their “refudiation” of Obama.