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Monday, December 19, 2011

Clinton in LR for the book signing season

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 2:54 PM

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Fox 16's Hubert Tate posts a Twitterpic of the line forming outside Barnes and Noble for the autograph session with former President Bill Clinton. Tickets were handed out earlier for those hoping to get a presidential autograph on "Back to Work: Why We Need Smart Government for a Strong Economy."

In other book-signing news, the Walton Sun reports that Florida buyers were thrilled to get autographs from Mike Huckabee for his books.

Also attending the book signing were Blue Mountain Beach residents Ken Delo and his wife, Heather, who brought their copy of “Can’t Wait Till Christmas” to the signing.

“I like him,” said Ken. “We shared the same fraternity (Tau Kappa Epsilon). And I’m a conservative.”

One book wasn’t enough of a keepsake for this couple, who doubled their delight by picking up “A Simple Government” for Huckabee to autograph.

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