Barbara Walters grilled Bristol Palin on The View Thursday about the day she lost her virginity. The daughter of the popular Republican, Sarah Palin, made some comments on the show, using logic similar to that of her mother's.

When Walters asked Palin about when she lost her virginity, Palin responded: I wasn't 17. I was younger than that. We did it that one night, and I just figured, you know, if I did it once it was OK to do it again because I had already broken my moral code.

Walters also touched on whether Palin consented to sex with her then boyfriend, Levi Johnston. Palin admitted that if she wasn't drunk the night when she lost her virginity, it wouldn't have happened. But Walters didn't stop there. She said, It must have been OK because you kept on having sex with him, yeah? 

Palin's new book talks about when she awoke in her tent, the night she lost her virginity, with no recollection of what had happened the night before. Palin stated that she had vowed to wait until marriage, but that she lied to her parents that night about her whereabouts. 

The book is titled Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far which is a memoir that covers growing up with her family, her mother's political life, and intimate details about her relationship with the father of her child, Johnston.