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Byline: Anthony Man
MIAMI _ Thwarted by John McCain's aides on Election Night, Sarah Palin wasn't able to break with tradition and deliver her own nationally televised speech to precede McCain's concession.
On Thursday, she got her turn.
The platform wasn't as grand and the audience wasn't as large. But the Alaska governor and former vice presidential candidate still attracted dozens of television cameras.
Her 21-minute speech to the Republican Governors Association at the Hotel InterContinental blended the kind of self-deprecating humor expected of every modern-age politician, recollections from the campaign trail and ideas for how her …