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President Bush greets Artie Muller, president of Rolling Thunder, and singer Nancy Sinatra at the White House in 2004 for the group's annual rally in Washington. Miss Sinatra was back this weekend. "I couldn't be anywhere else but with these guys, and that's all there is to it. I'm there for them," she said. (Associated Press)

President Bush greets Artie Muller, president of Rolling Thunder, and singer Nancy Sinatra at the White House in 2004 for the group's annual rally in Washington. Miss Sinatra was back this weekend. "I couldn't be anywhere else but with these guys, and that's all there is to it. I'm there for them," she said. (Associated Press)

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