posted on Apr, 1 2009 @ 10:46 AM
Cheyenne Mountain is certainly not the only super-hardened position in the country. It is probably the most public, and therefore the least useful.
There are plenty of shelters underground in Virginia and West Virginia that can survive nuclear attack and whatever else. There is a massive
underground complex in Washington DC, a major part of which is underneath the White House itself. I lived in DC for several years, and for a long
while after 9-11, there was a 24/7 parade of concrete mixers driving onto Pennsylvania Avenue, right by the White House, which was cordoned off and
screened from public view by a high, blacked out fence. There is something big under the ground there- something that took a lot of concrete, and a
lot of guys a long time to build. I'm convinced that the image of the White House we are all familiar with is just the tip of the iceberg. The secret
subway leading to the Capitol is common knowledge- I'd be willing the bet there are rails connecting complexes beneath the Capitol, the White House,
the Pentagon, the Hoover Building, Langley etc.
You want to know where that $2.3 trillion dollars the DoD "lost" went? My money is on massive underground construction.