As the Republican Party nominee for Vice President of the United States in the election alongside presidential nominee, Arizona Senator John McCain , she was the first Alaskan on the national ticket of a major political party, the first Republican female selected as a vice presidential candidate, and the second female vice presidential candidate representing a major American political party overall after Geraldine Ferraro. Her book Going Rogue has sold more than two million copies. She was elected to the Wasilla city council in and became mayor of Wasilla in
Sarah Palin is an American politician, commentator and author who served as the ninth Governor of Alaska , from to She has provided political commentary for Fox News , and expressed her positions on a wide range of political issues during her career in the public eye. Despite attending a Pentecostal church which supported abstinence from alcohol, Palin, then on the Wasilla City Council, cast the deciding vote against restricting the hours during which the city's bars could operate. According to Gene Straatmeyer, a local Presbyterian minister, Palin told him during a city council hearing, "'I go to Assembly of God Church and I am a Sunday school teacher there and I see no relationship between my Christian faith and what hours the bars close. During a candidates' debate for governor in , when asked how she would feel if a church pastor endorsed a candidate for governor, Palin said that she "would never support any government effort to stifle our freedom of religion or freedom of expression or freedom of speech," but would caution the pastor that the endorsement could result in "frustration" and "fewer dollars in the offering plate". In , Palin told the Associated Press that her personal beliefs would not dictate her public policies, adding that she was "not one to be out there preaching and forcing my views on anyone else. During a debate for Governor of Alaska in , Palin said she was a proponent of teaching both creationism and evolution in the Alaska public schools.
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Sarah Palin name. A vice-presidential candidate picked by Republican candidate John McCain solely based on her outward appearance, her extreme fundamentalist Christian madness, and her daughter's huge pregnant tits. She's hot, but there's no way I'd fuck a psychopathic , moose-eating, God-pimping freak like Sarah Palin.
The sure-to-be controversial tome says the one-time Alaskan governor was more than a Tea Partier - smoking pot with a college professor and snorting coke on a snowmobiling trip, the National Enquirer reported. She also cheated on husband Todd, taking up with the First Dude's business partner in the mid-'90s, the Enquirer quoted the book as reporting. But it was the unlikely jump ball between the 6-foot-8 Rice and the future vice presidential candidate that sparked an endless outpouring of cyberspace wisecracks. There was no response from the Palin camp to any of the tales from the McGinniss book, due on bookshelves next week. Rice did not return calls for comment, although the Enquirer said Rice confirmed the romance to McGinniss. A review of the book on the New York Times ' website suggests the author egged Rice on with leading questions and never specifically says they had an encounter. A friend described Palin as the aggressor, with the pal reporting "she hauled his ass down," the Enquirer said. Their tryst reportedly occurred over Thanksgiving weekend in the dorm room of Palin's kid sister at the University of Alaska-Anchorage.