Regarding the other Georgia -- the one that's a U.S. state, that is -- we'll just assume Palin would go to war if it were attacked by a foreign power.
[Such a course of action would be consistent with the old Monroe Doctrine, which declared land in the Americas (meaning not just the States but the nations in its sphere) to be off limits to would-be colonizers.
[Then again, let's not over-stress Palin's foreign policy abilities by talking presidential doctrines.]
The point here is that world affairs is not exactly Palin's strong suit. We might even say that with the suit she does have, she should take the advice of the country crooner and fold her hand.
Too much confidence and chutzpah, combined with ignorance, on the part of someone holding a nuke button, can lead to a lot of pain.
For crying out loud! This is a person who didn't even have a passport til a year and a half ago!
Presumably, she's traveled to Canada (good grief, for her it would be like walking across the street) and to Mexico (almost the same thing).
But to have gone her whole life, virtually, and not have held foreign travel papers -- while wanting to vice preside over the United States of America -- is (as kids might say today) totally bizarre.