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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Bill Whitlow
Bill Whitlow of Youngstown, Ohio, said sitting five hours in the Pentagon parking lot before the start of the ride was tough, but seeing the lines of cheering crowds and U.S. flags "made it worth the wait."
"It's a different feeling. It's the people cheering who don't even know you," Mr. Whitlow said when asked whether bin Laden's death, celebrated into the early morning outside the nearby White House earlier in the month, made this year's Rolling Thunder stand out.