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I was at the White House last night (Sunday night) celebrating the death of Osama Bin Laden. Below are my photos and videos. It was crazy with people climbing light poles, songs (someone brought a drum set), singing our national anthem, people climbing in all the trees right outside the White House, chants of USA, USA, USA, and just a great celebration with Americans for justice and freedom. Many foreigners there as well! There were probably 4,000-5,000 people there. The celebration was still going on at 3:45amEST when I went to bed.
The celebration was non-partisan and it was wonderful. Me being a Tea Party organizer, I naturally loved seeing some Gadsden flags there and didn't care at all when some Obama campaign posters showed up. Politics had no place at last night's celebration and it showed. It was pure bliss.
Share with your friends and family by email, Facebook, Twitter etc., this historic event.
And to all you better men than myself who currently serve in our military and our veterans for their service, including a bunch of my family and some buddies who have served a few tours the past 10 years: Thank You.
The fight is far from over but we're behind you guys as much as we can be.
Man climbing pole outside White House with Flag!
Man drumming at White House!
Na na na na, hey hey hey, good-bye
USA! USA! USA!
Singing the Star Spangled Banner
The USNA 'Dant' CAPT Clark addresses the brigade from his porch after Osama Bin Laden's death.
A fellow NYC Tea Partier just sent me this amazing photo from NYC near Ground Zero last night, May 1st when Osama Bin Laden was killed.