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RamboLiberal Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-25-09 12:20 PM
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Palin's Wasilla picnic draws a crowd
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WASILLA Thousands showed up Friday for Gov. Sarah Palins annual picnic held in her hometown of Wasilla.

The governor dressed in blue jeans and a red New England Patriots sweatshirt was mobbed by well-wishers who offered up babies, books, calendars, skateboards and even their hands for autographs. Several longtime picnic-goers said this years picnic crowd dwarfed last years.

Others, such as Wes Hamrick, relayed his admiration for the governor and his dreams for the future in song.

In 2012, Ill give you a hint. Alaskas pit bull will be our president, he sang in a tune titled North to the Future.

At the end of the song, the Big Lake resident shouted: Sarah Palin for president!

A teenage boy replied as loudly, Obama!

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin served up hot dogs, signed autographs, handed out flags to family members of serving military members at the governors picnic in her home town of Wasilla Alaska on Friday July 24, 2009. Large crowds of fans followed her taking photos, shaking hands and getting things signed.

Message in the NE Patriots Sweatshirt - you betcha. We should start a pool on how long before she gets a show on Faux Snooze.

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