- The Washington Times - Sunday, December 6, 2009


I say, “Three cheers for Tareq and Michaele Salahi!” Such pranksters are needed in order to keep the White House security officials on their toes.

Some commentators point out that the Salahis had to go through a metal detector and therefore could not have posed a threat. Have we all forgotten Michael Corleone and how he shot a police lieutenant and a mob boss? Before every party at the White House, the Secret Service ought to check the restrooms for weapons that might be stashed there.



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