Sarah Palin Invades New York
Damn, Sarah Palin was all over New York this weekend. Saturday she drew 20,000 spectators to an Auburn celebration of William Seward, whose folly became the state Palin governs. She railed against big gummint, signed the Founder's Day proclamation and received the key to the city. She spoke at a St. James fundraiser for an assisted living group home, where she talked about her special needs child Trig, and an autism walk in Purchase. She recorded an interview for Fox News. And she appeared at Yankee Stadium with Rudolph Giuliani, a confluence that somehow did not kick open the door to Hell. She has now evacuated, and will be busy tonight not appearing at a Washington GOP event.
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