If a good looking blonde can crash a White House party with minimal effort, is the white house safe?

January 4, 2010 6 Comments
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6 Comments to “If a good looking blonde can crash a White House party with minimal effort, is the white house safe?”
  1. zzsleepur says:

    It isn’t the first time people got in when they should not have. What about that man that showed up with a rifle and a gun and claimed his rights and was allowed in to see bozo? SECRET service let him.

    Come to think of it……I think he has a GREAT secret service..they should continue to do their job as well as they have….I admire them for doing such a great job. They are awesome at it..and it doesn’t bother me at all when people get in when they shouldn’t. I think it is GREAT!

    Secret Service is doing their job….and a really good one. They should not improve anything!

  2. it is obvious that thy had help from someone on the inside!

  3. The White House wasn’t safe before the party crashers hit the scene, it had already been overrun with socialists.

  4. MK says:

    Nah. Just a sorry couple that wants attention. Re White House — it’s typical USA, in that we just don’t expect things to go bad, so we keep our guard down. We can still walk on lawns, walk into buildings to look around, etc. In Europe, so different, for the most part: high fences, guarded parking where, and no matter what bldg. you walk into, there is instantly a little security booth from which a nosy guard emerges. That’s the part I love most about my country America (nearly cried when I came home after a couple of years in the EU): You can walk into public buildings (library, gov’t bldg, university, etc.) and feel free to check out the architecture inside, or use the washroom, without a posse of nosy people asking who you are, why you’re there.

  5. Not really. I fear that the country itself is not much safer either, with Obama in charge.

  6. Greg says:

    There is more to the story than we may know, as far as who screwed up in security. I think the main reason they got in is just that it’s human nature to assume things. Security just assumed these people were supposed to be there, probably by the way they acted.

    It’s like the Shawshank Redemption when the prisoner walks out wearing the wardens shoes. “How often do you look at a mans shoes?”

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