eanna Steele of Houston, Pennsylvania, waves her copy of Sarah Palin's new book while waiting to get into Palin's book signing.
eanna Steele of Houston, Pennsylvania, waves her copy of Sarah Palin's new book while waiting to get into Palin's book signing. Jason Cohn /MCT
eanna Steele of Houston, Pennsylvania, waves her copy of Sarah Palin's new book while waiting to get into Palin's book signing. Jason Cohn /MCT

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