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(From Guardian Unlimited)
The Second Coming of Sarah Palin felt an awful lot like the first one.
There was the strikingly familiar figure, dressed in a scarlet jacket and black skirt, bounding off a bus emblazoned with her name and a gigantic picture of her smiling face.
There were the cheering throngs, waving US flags and chanting for the object of their political desire.
"Sarah! Sarah!" shouted the chorus as the song Only in America boomed out.
Finally there was the quick speech in her familiar Alaskan twang to thank those who had stood for hours to see her return to her public.
Palin was all beaming, broad smiles and even got in a customary dig at the press pack. "Thank you so much for showing up so that you can read my words unfiltered by the media," she told her followers, her voice rising above the squeals of those gathered outside a Barnes …