Despite your personal opinions about President Barack Obama, I hope that we can all agree that the White House should still be one of the most secure facilities on the planet. It should be set up in a way that if a person tries to jump over the fence, the moment their feet touch the ground on the outer side, a bullet should penetrate their head. If you prefer a more humane method, then once they are climbing, 10,000 volts of electricity should send them flying right on to their backside. The White House should never be breached, ever. The fact that some individuals of late have been able to do so tells our enemies how weak and relaxed our security is. If these clowns can get into the White House, how difficult do you think it will be for them to get into your house?
In today’s climate, a person can shoot at the White House, and walk away under the premise that it was a gang fight. In fact, the secret service wouldn’t even notice for a few days. How insane is that to hear? The most secure facility in the world, absorbs bullets, and no one realizes anything for several days.
I correlate this lack of safety for the President and the White House with the level of safety that we have as regular citizens. My point is, if you cannot keep the President of the free world and his family safe, what in blazes does that say for the rest of us? You may think I’m crazy, you may call me paranoid, but I’ll be damned if I allow the safety of my family to rest in the hands of this incompetent government. If you can’t keep someone out of the White House perimeter, then you sure as hell cannot protect my family.
Ladies and gentlemen, tool up, depend on yourself, don’t wait around for the police to show up and save your booty! Protect yourself, protect your family. A world where the White House can be penetrated, and shot at, is a world where you must look out for yourself. Tool up!
Growing Up Bronx
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