Sarah Palin Birthday (February 11th)

Sarah Palin Birthday (February 11th)

Sarah Palin was born on 11th February, 1964 in Sandpoint, Idaho, U.S. Sarah Palin in 2008 United States presidential election’s vice-presidential candidate for Republican Party.

Sarah Palin Information

Palin in Dover, New Hampshire, October 2008.
11th Governor of Alaska
Incumbent
Assumed office
December 4, 2006
Lieutenant Sean Parnell
Preceded by Frank Murkowski
Chairperson of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
In office
2003 – 2004
Preceded by Camille Oechsli Taylor
Succeeded by John K. Norman
Mayor of Wasilla, Alaska
In office
1996 – 2002
Preceded by John Stein
Succeeded by Dianne M. Keller
Member of the Wasilla, Alaska City Council
In office
1992 – 1996
Born February 11, 1964 (1964-02-11) (age 44)
Sandpoint, Idaho, U.S.
Political party Republican
Spouse Todd Palin (since 1988)
Children Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper, Trig
Residence Wasilla, Alaska
Occupation Former local news sportscasting
Business
Commercial fishing
Politician
Religion Non-denominational Christian
Website Alaska Governor Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin Defends Her Statement

Sarah Palin the former Alaska Gov. has defended her usage of ‘Blood libel’. She told the reporters that she did know the meaning of the phrase and she insists that she has used it in the right context. She used the word blood libel in while getting back to her critics in an interview long time back. This is the first interview she is attending ever since the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. She released a video which explains that she has not termed anyone in a negative way. 

“Blood libel obviously means being falsely accused or having blood on their hands” she told in an interview with the Fox news. When she was asked if she really knew what she meant by her words she replied - “I don’t know how the heck they would or wouldn’t know”. “It goes back to the Jewish people being falsely accused,” she said. “A group of people being falsely accused of having blood on their hands”, she added. 

Many people accused Palin to have defended herself and made the issue to be about herself. She told the reporters that –“My defense wasn’t self-defense, it was defending those who were falsely accused,” she insisted. “I was puzzled as to why, and before facts were even gathered, why the mainstream media was pointing fingers. When I talk about being up in arms, I’m talking about getting to the voting booth,” she concluded. 

Keeping apart her defending her innocence in the issue she has also had some offensive words to share for her liberal critics for trying to silence her. She also remarked the recent Obama speech at Arizona as a pep rally. “Certainly I agree with the idea of being civil… but we should not use an event like that in Arizona to stifle debate,” Palin said. “They can’t make us sit down and shut up. And if they succeeded in doing that our Republic would be destroyed.”