Sarah Palin now defends Carrie Prejean's nude photos, right to free speech.
"The liberal onslaught of malicious attacks against Miss California's Carrie Prejean for expressing her opinion is despicable," Sarah Palin said in a released statement.
Governor Palin said that she and Prejean spoke right after Miss California expressed her honest opinion regarding same-sex marriages during the Miss USA pageant.
At that point, the fertilizer hit the fan thanks to it being picked up by gay-activist and celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.
"What I find so remarkable is that these politically-motivated attacks fail to show that what Carrie and I believe is also what the President and Ms. Clinton believe marriage is between a man and a woman," Palin added. "Our Constitution protects us all, not just those who agree with the far left."
Then according to a source, she said that, "If two men or two women can marry, why not one man, two women, a polar bear and a wild turkey?"
Asked if she'd pose also, Palin winked and reportedly stated, "Who knows? How about riding a moose, the Alaskan Lady Godiva?"
Earlier this week, Palin announced that she is working hard on her autobiography or memoir, saying that she wants to be able to tell her own story "unrestrained and unfiltered", whatever that means.