Rolling Thunder Rides for Freedom

Thousands of vets and bikers road from the Pentagon to the National Mall Sunday.

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Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts and military veterans mixed in the Pentagon's parking lot before the start of Rolling Thunder Sunday.
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Jeff Dull, of the Murrysville Alliance Church, handed out "Bike Bibles" before the start of Rolling Thunder.
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Gerald McCullar, in a homemade POW tiger cage, is photographed by some of the thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts and military veterans in the Pentagon parking lot.
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Isaiah, a 10-year-old Chihuahua dressed as Gen. George Patton and owned by Buddy Sours of Browntown, Va. Isaiah has more than 45,000 miles on a motorcycle and this was his sixth year participating in Rolling Thunder.
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Former U.S.vVice presidential candidate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin greeted some of the motorcycle enthusiasts and military veterans.
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Although not an official guest, Palin participated in Sunday's motorcycle parade from the Pentagon to the National Mall.
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Palin rode on the back of a motorcycle before participating in the rally.
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Todd Palin adjusts the strap of the motorcycle helmet of his wife before the pair joined the thousands participating in the rally.
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Todd Palin greeted some of those at the rally.
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Palin and her daughter, Piper, prepare to participate in Rolling Thunder.
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Todd Palin and his daughter Piper get ready to ride.
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Ride, Sarah, ride.
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