Palin caught consulting notes scribbled on hand during Tea Party speech
New York, February 8 (ANI): Sarah Palin served a critics' delight after consulting notes scribbled on her left hand during an address at the National Tea Party Convention in Nashville.
The former Alaska Governor was caught on video as she glanced at notes written on her palm while making a speech, giving rival Democrats an opportunity to pounce upon her grade school trick.
"Her hypocrisy has killed off the favorite silly GOP talking point," the New York Daily News quoted Democratic National Committee spokesman Hari Sevugan as saying.
Palin was reportedly paid 100,000 dollars for the talk.
The 45-year-old political commentator also revealed her White House ambitions, saying "it would be absurd to not consider" a presidential campaign in 2012.
She told Fox News: "I would (run) if I believe that that is the right thing to do for our country and for the Palin family."
Palin said she was better prepared than the time when she was Republican nominee for Vice President in 2008.
She said: "My focus has been enlarged. So, I sure as heck better be more astute on these current events, national issues than I was two years ago." (ANI)