I've been reading about the married couple that 'party crashed' a function at the White House last week. I have decided that they should be executed, and the TV production that 'filmed' them earlier that day, as they prepared to do it, be destroyed and the people who run it arrested and tortured by Dick Cheney himself.

Okay, maybe not the torture part, but this story is really serious. Yes, it points out that there are issues with the President's security. To that end, the entire Secret Service, Clint Eastwood included, should be fired. But the couple did this with the wink-wink of a reality show gig, and that alone should get them all executed.

Although they are saying President Obama was never in any danger, who really believes that? I don't. There are a lot of nut jobs out there (heck, there are some here on this website), and you would think in this day and age of terrorism they would take better precautions.

So..fry them? Or prime-time them??

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RobertScorpio Nov. 30, 2009 @ 5:35 p.m.

Oh..and as for the father who let everyone think his kid was in that balloon? He SHOULD be executed. And his wife should have her tubes tied. And those kids should be given to Brad and Angelina.


DaniLauder Dec. 1, 2009 @ 9:12 a.m.

I woke up this morning and now the husband denies they crashed the party. I am very confused on this one so I will reserve judgment Mr. Scorpio. Maybe you should too.


RobertScorpio Dec. 1, 2009 @ 10:30 a.m.

The story does get more intersting. The white-house Press Secretary is calling them crashers, yet its coming out that someone knew they were imposters all along; some secretary or something.

I think it all has to do with the TV show they did it for. They didn't have have that TV crew followning the day they got ready to go to the party for nothing. I hope it does not come out that the white-house LET them get in.

Whatever comes of it, I think this TMZ mentality is really a disturbing trend.


a2zresource Dec. 1, 2009 @ 12:59 p.m.

This couple are in the best case a pair of sophisticated media whores and in the worst case two spy-recruits hiding in plain sight.

I served with the 3d US Infantry Regiment during the Ford and Carter administrations. I was eligible for a Whitehouse Secret clearence which was never activiated, but I did stand for QRF duty with a day's combat load of M-14 ammo in the WH compound while the rest of the Old Guard was marching up Pennsylvania Avenue as the Carters walked during the '77 inauguration parade.

While it's not extremely difficult to get in on a supervised Whitehouse tour, nobody outside the official guest list to a formal state dinner is allowed in who was not vetted and then formally invited via engraved invitation by the President's protocol staff.

Civilians watching TMZ-emulating media may think this party-crashing is all pretty cool stuff, but most veterans and others with military minds contemplating national security understand that forcing a safeguard in time of war is punishable by death or as a court-martial may direct (http://usmilitary.about.com/library/milinfo/mcm/bl102.htm). After all, the Whitehouse is where the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States is quartered.

Bets are that every foreign embassy deputy assistant press secretary in DC will be trying to recruit those two as soon as they get done testifying before Congress.


RobertScorpio Dec. 1, 2009 @ 1:28 p.m.

It wouldn't surprise me. But it does worry me that the President's security can be that lax. There was that story only a few months ago about some dude having a gun at one of Obama's speeches.

In these times, I think greater care should be given. I know he doesn't want to lose his ability to be with the people of our nation. But, if anything were to happen to him, it would be very awful if it was because of security lapse like this.


Josh Board Dec. 1, 2009 @ 4:36 p.m.

When that person threw his shoe at Bush...it baffled me that he was able to get another throw off. Why not have the secret service tackle him before the first Nike ever leaves his hand? I thought they were trained that way?

I love the CNN newscaster that said "He could've grabbed a fork and stabbed the President with it."

The best part of this...is that they wanted hundreds of thousands of dollars. Instead, they have to do an interview for "free" since they had signed a contract with that network previously, for something else.


RobertScorpio Dec. 1, 2009 @ 4:57 p.m.

I'm just pissed that this could happen, and it happened not because of an honest mistake. And lets not kid ourselves. Now that it has happen, some kook, either a homegrown nut, or a foreign one, has been given the greenlight to try it for real, and kill the President. For that reason, ABC should FIRE the idiot at bravo behind it all. I want to know the person who greenlit the entire ordeal.


magicsfive Dec. 1, 2009 @ 5:04 p.m.

i agree. how irritating. and i deliberately choose not to reserve judgement, because this idiot couple ARE attention whores, they WANT to be judged, they have changed their story, so why reserve my judgement...but that's just me. the balloon family, oh brother. talk about a household not fit for kids...i predict we will see these kids on the evening news in about 10 years or less, and not for the good deeds they've done. any bets?


RobertScorpio Dec. 1, 2009 @ 5:08 p.m.

And now it has come out that they CRASHED the Black Caucus dinner as well. They need to go to jail, and those peopel spurring them on, need to be right there with them, checking in with Bubba at the communal shower.


Josh Board Dec. 2, 2009 @ 1:16 a.m.

Scorp...to play devils advocate, instead of going on and on about how now someone can try this to assasinate the President, think of it this way. It probably made the Secret Service that much sharper.

And really...idiots crashing events for a reality show, isn't nearly as bad as Richard Henne and balloon boy. They put their kids lives in danger time and time again, filed fake police reports, etc.

Take their children away!

But a couple of idiots wanting to crash parties...okay, well...maybe I'm biased. But still. Jail time would be a bit harsh.


RobertScorpio Dec. 2, 2009 @ 7:17 a.m.

I disagree Josh; sort of. If you crashing some local party, or even a party of a celebrity? Maybe jail time is too harsh. But crashing the White House? Jail time, I think, is a must.

As for this crashing incident being used to fix the security lapses of the Secret Service? Yeah, I can understand the 'learn from your mistake' avenue here.

But Jail time, and a visit with Bubba in the shower, is a must. And no, SD and CUDDLES, I would not want that video on GMA.


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