On Fox News' 'Follow the Money,' former half-term Alaska Governor Sarah Palin weighed in on the death of dictator Kim Jong Il and the missile launch shortly after in North Korea (video below).
Palin told host Eric Bolling she saw the danger as a reminder that America must focus on being secure, which means “energy independence” and “solvency with our economy.”
She didn't explain what “energy independence” and “solvency with our economy” had to do with Jong's death.
Palin began by asking for prayer “for some united there on that peninsula” both for the well-being of those on the island politically and a government “that would allow the people of North Korea to have some food.”
Palin was asked whether she would still consider a run for the White House.
"It's not too late for folks to jump in," Palin said. "Who knows what will happen in the future."
Palin, the former Alaskan governor, ended months of speculation when she said in October that she would not seek to unseat President Barack Obama.