The double fenced and heavily armed kind intended to keep a corrupt military dictator safe?
... Simply adding more fences and armed-camp features—making the White House more of a disheartening militarized bubble—could be counterproductive. It would be harder for a child outside to imagine getting inside by way of an election, or by any normal political means. A dog that was, instead, kept on a leash could have stopped Gonzalez. The issue here is basic competency, not super-spy technology. The Post also reported, in a story over the weekend, that, in 2011, Michelle Obama had to learn from an usher that someone had fired a semiautomatic rifle at the White House, and hit it. The Secret Service didn’t figure that one out for several days—agents had decided that the sounds of gunfire were just of a car backfiring, until someone on the staff came across broken glass. That time, Sasha was home. ...AmyDavidson/NewYorker
Over and over again we are substituting money and arms for that other thing: "basic competency." Ferguson. Afghanistan. 9/11. Etc.