Sarah Palin Pulls a Palin and Quits Book Signing

Angry crowd shouts at Sarah Palin at her book signing in Noblesville, Indiana on November 19, 2009 after Palin quits and refuses to sign books for around 300 families that spent about 3+ hours getting wristband and another 3+ hours waiting in line to get the Palin book signed. At Borders bookstore it was announced that 1,000 individuals would be given wristbands and could get two books signed each. By the time Sarah Palin quit, there were still about 300 individuals and there families who did not get even one book signed.

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  1. Barbwire,

    I assume they paid when they got their wristbands. I guess that’s just rewards for counting on Palin.

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  2. bigjohn756,

    Learning the true meaning of “Left Behind”.

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  3. MarvinTPA,

    She should have given out balloons to the rest of the crowd. Then they would all have been very happy.

    Q. What has 600 legs and one brain cell.

    A. The queue at a Sarah Palin book signing.

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  4. Rev. Snarfleez J. Cattleprod,

    And yet, somehow, this will do virtually nothing to dissuade her supporters.

    You’ve been warned, cynics.
    She’s not through with us yet.

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  5. @BigJohn756 LOL

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  6. Sarah Palin is now a professional troll dedicated to demonstrating how the tea-party, “no socialism” crowd are just a bunch of entitlement whores like the rest of us. One day they’ll warn how health care for poor people will put America on the down escalator to Dachau, the next they’ll get into a lather like this about being denied a couple of squiggly lines on a piece of paper.

    Stephen Colbert could learn a thing or two from this lady.

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