Ongoing rally at the Villages: Crowd Huge, Happy, and Hot. That is hot in the sense of heat. This is one hot proposition, folks.
Ryan and his mom are in Florida at the Villages, the zip code with the most seniors in the USA.
Love those shoes!!
Posted: 08.18.12 A.D. @ 12:40 p.m.
Sarah Palin book signing yesterday in Florida
Hundreds of people look on as Sarah Palin arrives for a book signing at the Barnes & Noble at Lake Sumter Landing in The Villages, Fla. on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. Palin came to The Villages for a book signing to promote her new book “Sarah Palin Going Rogue An American Life”
Sarah Palin look-alike 🙂
Reportedly greeted by a crowd of 1,500 to 2,000, Sarah Palin was at Barnes and Noble in The Villages, Florida yesterday. If the paper gives that number, I imagine there were a lot more, because they always under estimate. Fox News Gretchen Carlson was traveling with her to report. Here’s Some excerpts from the article in the Ocala Star Banner.
Randy Highsmith drove roughly 80 miles, spent the night in a parking lot hunkered down in a sleeping bag and waited more than an hour with several hundred people as storm clouds gathered overhead…..
Kevin Kerbow and his wife were first in line to have their book autographed after making the trip from Citrus County almost 24 hours before Palin was set to hit town.
Near 3 p.m., Palin exited the bus along with her daughter Piper and son Trig.
She thanked the crowd for attending and noted that The Villages was one of the family’s favorite stops during the election campaign.
She also expressed her gratitude for people purchasing her book so they could read her story “unfiltered” by the media. She then took a seat next to Carlson on an impromptu stage and spent about 20 minutes conducting an interview that was to be aired on Fox News this morning.
The video below shows the crowd at 9:00 p.m. Monday night. This young lady has started her video journal at 5:00 p.m. on Monday night showing how the crowd gathers throughout the night.
The video below shows her first video on Tuesday morning with about 7 hours still remaining until Sarah Palin arrives.
When she appeared here during the campaign, we waited from about 8:00 in the morning until her arrival at 3:00 p.m. But this is real dedication here!