The Birmingham News reports:
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told an enthusiastic gathering of Christian women today that they should follow Alabama’s state motto and dare to defend their rights.
“I’m not just talking about our political rights, but the rights we are given as a daughter of God,” the 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate told women this afternoon at the Extraordinary Women’s Conference in Birmingham.
“He trusts us with the responsibility to live big, to live bold, to live passionately and to live vibrantly so we can effect change to the world around us,” she said.
Palin was the keynote speaker at the two-day gathering organized by the Virginia-based group, Extraordinary Women…..
Palin veered into politics, touching on national Republican Party themes such as the size of the national debt, the country’s dependence on foreign oil instead of drilling domestically and the need to support Israel.
She warned that the federal government now risks making the same mistakes as the captain of the ill-fated cruise ship Titanic, ignoring warnings of danger ahead until it is irreparably damaged and sinks.
Palin also took potshots at the “leftist, liberal reporters” and “granola crunchers” who oppose gun-owners’ rights.
She told the audience to stick to their beliefs and values.
“It’s hurt people who hurt people,” she said.
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Update: Here are some pictures.