Yeah, I wasn’t happy to be right about the White House security zone thing.

Legal Insurrection noted that I had more or less called what was going to happen

After an unprecedented security breach Friday night at the White House, the U.S. Secret Service is weighing a series of measures that would move tourists and D.C. residents farther away from the complex to reduce the chances of intruders piercing its security perimeter and endangering the president.

One proposal is to keep people off the sidewalks around the White House fence and create several yards of additional barrier around the compound’s perimeter.

…or at least, what’s likely to happen – anyway, I’d rather to have been wrong.  Although maybe the Secret Service might still try a third option, like take their jobs more seriously…

6 thoughts on “Yeah, I wasn’t happy to be right about the White House security zone thing.”

  1. Your orignal post has been stuck in my head…and…well…facts are stubborn things. Reality keeps approaching prediction.

  2. I submit that, if the SS do this, it should be changed back within the first 100 days of the next GOP administration.
    This indicates nothing, other than that our rulers have forgotten their places. I would prefer for them to remember it via the first or second (or even third) boxes..

  3. Clearly, the life of our President is too important for us to take any risk. He should live in a hidden mountain base, communicating with us only by electronic means.

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