Circus Returns to Palin's Hometown

Pubblicato il 31 maggio 2010 12:00 | Ultimo aggiornamento: 31 maggio 2010 12:00

WASILLA, Alaska—At the Kaladi Brothers coffee shop, countermen Jeremiah Collins and Tyler Montanez said they didn’t care much one way or the other about Sarah Palin’s politics. But they’ve tired of the unwanted attention that’s accompanied her rise since the 2008 election.

For months during the presidential campaign, complained Mr. Collins, the media “wanted to say that we’re all hillbillies.” The media parade revved up again this week with news that author Joe McGinniss moved next door to the Palins while he works on a…

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