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Sarah Palin

Sarah Louise Palin is an American politician and commentator. Sarah Palin served as Governor of Alaska from December 2006 till July 2009.

Sarah Palin was the Republican Party nominee for Vice President in the United States Presidential Election, 2008. She is the first Alaskan to get a national ticket of a major party and first Republican woman nominated for vice-presidency. Subsequently, she associated herself with the Tea Party movement, endorsing and campaigning for several candidates in the 2010 midterm elections. Sarah Palin is a possible candidate in the United States Presidential Election, 2012.

Sarah Palin is also an author. Her book 'Going Rogue' has sold more than two million copies. She also served political commentary for Fox News, and hosted a television show, Sarah Palin's Alaska.

Sarah Palin Timeline

October 2011

October 7: Sarah Palin says that Hank Williams Jr. is the victim of media's double standard. Williams who was a regular commentator on ESPN's 'Monday Night Football' programme was fired permanently for comparing President Obama to Adolf Hitler.

“Hank Williams and what he is going through now, I think it’s a very clear illustration of a greater societal problem and that is the hypocrisy on the left — the liberals who can throw these stones at a conservative and they knowing that they’re not going to be held accountable,”

October 5: Sarah Palin decides not to seek Republican nomination for the 2012 presidential election.

July 2011

July 28: Sarah Palin urges the Republican freshmen to remember them during the debt ceiling debate. She wrote the following in her facebook page.

“Today I re-read the open letter I wrote to Republican Freshman Members of Congress in November 2010, just days after they were ushered into office in an historic landslide victory due in large part to the activism of commonsense patriots who are considered part of the Tea Party movement. I respectfully ask these GOP Freshman to re-read this letter and remember us ‘little people’ who believed in them, donated to their campaigns, spent hours tirelessly volunteering for them, and trusted them with our votes. This new wave of public servants may recall that they were sent to D.C. for such a time as this.”

July 27: Reports say that Sarah Palin will deliver a keynote address at an Iowa Tea Party rally on September 3, 2011.

July 26: Sarah Palin appears on Greta Van Susteren’s Fox News show tonight and calls President Barack Obama's handling of the debt 'more Obama drama'. “Scaring the American people is exactly what President Obama is doing in that bizarre speech he gave last night. He’s getting pretty good at this fear mongering.” She says that she would control the spending to get the debt under control. “It’s the spending, stupid. President Obama does not know what he is doing when we ask him to lead us out of this situation we’re facing with bankruptcy.”, she said. “I do respect Speaker Boehner’s efforts in trying to negotiate with jello,"

July 21: Sarah Palin says that she wants to help the mainstream media as it is becoming so irrelevant these days.

Sarah Palin wants to help mainstream media

“Much of the mainstream media is already becoming so irrelevant because there is not balance. There is not truth coming out of mainstream media. And I know that first hand. I live with it every day. I want to help them, I have a journalism degree. That is what I studied.”

July 14: SarahPAC's semi-annual FEC report shows that she has spent almost $14,000 to decorate her 'One Nation' tour bus. The Sarah Palin's political action committee has paid $13,708.44 to the Tennessee company 'Fast Signs' for “Bus Wrap” on May 26. The SarahPAC has also raised $1,658,897 during the first six months of this year and spent $1,591,520. SarahPAC has $1,402,368 cash on hand.

July 13: Sarah Palin spoke about the debt ceiling negotiations between President Obama and the Republicans in Fox News's 'Sean Hannity tonight'.

"We cannot default but we cannot afford to retreat right now either. Now is not the time to retreat, it's the time to reload. And we reload with reality by giving facts and numbers to the American public so that those of us across the United States can start chiming in and letting our representatives know that we will not capitulate, we will not hand over more power, which I beleive is unconstitutional, to President Obama to further manipulate our economy...Congress has the power of the purse strings. So this plan of McConnell's, I think, makes no sense because it does cede power to our president and takes away that authority that is inherent in Congress to control the economic decisions that have to be made when it comes to debt."

July 10: Sarah Palin believes she can win the Presidential Election in 2012. In an interview published in Newsweek, she said:

"The people of America are desperate for positive change, and deserving of positive change, to get us off this wrong track. I'm not so egoistical as to believe that it has to be me, or it can only be me, to turn things around. But I do believe I can win."

She also believes that the GOP field for the 2012 field is not set yet.

"Thank goodness the field is not yet set. I think that there does need to be more vigorous debate. There needs to be a larger field. There's still months ahead, where more folks can jump in and start articulating their positions."

July 8: The trailer of the documentary film about Sarah Palin is released by its producers. The feature-length film set to play throughout the country beginning July 15.

June 2011

June 28: Sarah Palin brushes off comments by her daughter Bristol Palin who said that her mom already made up her mind on whether or not to run for the President's office in 2012. Sarah Palin said that she is still undecided and said that she texted her daughter "You remember, Bristol, what we talk about on the fishing boat stays on the fishing boat."

June 25: Sarah Palin confirmed that she and her husband Todd Palin will attend the screening of The Undefeated in Iowa on June 28. Palin hasn't been in Iowa for over an year.

June 23: Sarah Palin cancels Sudan trip due to scheduling problems. She was scheduled to leave to Sudan along with Franklin Graham, son of evangelical leader Billy Graham, to attend the July 9 independence ceremony.

June 22: Sarah Palin dismisses media reports that she has ended her "One Nation" bus tour. Palin posts the following message on her facebook page saying that she is stuck with jury duty and will resume her bus tour soon.

As I said myself at the end of the east coast leg of the tour, the summer is long, and I’m looking forward to hitting the open road again. The coming weeks are tight because civic duty calls (like most everyone else, even former governors get called up for jury duty) and I look forward to doing my part just like every other Alaskan.

Sarah Palin Calendar

Date Time Event Location
September 3, 2011 Keynote address at Iowa Tea Party rally Iowa
July 26, 2011 10:00 pm Fox News's "On The Record with Greta Van Susteren" Television appearance