Becky Tescher-Robison, a reporter for the Yellowstone County News, went to the Going Rogue book signing in Billings, MT. Here are a few of her thoughts on the event, courtesy of the Big Sky Business Journal:
Sitting behind a square table was an animated and delightful Sarah Palin. She shook hands with everyone, looked each person in the eye and spoke to them in her now recognizable brogue, signing her signature without watching what she was doing. Sitting beside her, husband Todd shook everyone’s hand also and talked to every kid — as did she.Read the full story here.
Todd Palin later milled through the receptive crowd, talking with them and with his father-in-law and mother-in-law.
Patient but chilled, this crowd wound their way through book shelves and politely waited their turn to shake hands with the former Alaska governor, who took on Big Oil and her own Republican party to correct the wrongs of the fat cats who take advantage of their positions.
Many in the crowd believe this woman can do the same with this nation.