- that Sarah Palin believed Saddam Hussein to be behind the attacks on 9/11, didn't understand why North and South Korea were separate (the ) and that she could not properly pronounce Joe Biden's name. The book contends that Palin was a mentally unstable person prone to wild mood swings, describing her being hopelessly lost in a "catatonic stupor" at one point during the campaign.
On the other hand it may well be that the organization that placed the first ad wants only the most rabid supporters of Palin, meaning those totally unaffected by any of the claims in that bullet list (or, like Palin herself, easily convinced that these are just the lies of the mainstream media). I would also not be surprised in the middle ad were also triggered by Palin's name through its association with the kind of self-sufficiency she associates with her own private Alaska.
This should be entertaining enough to make a great scene in an HBO movie of the sort that seems to interest the electorate more than all those dull processes of governance.