No, I don't think we need that.
There's a staunch movement afoot to give Washington D.C. a vote in the House.
Um, no. I don't personally think that the D. of C. is representative of this nation. We are talking, of course about a city that re-elects Marion Barry, and elects Adrian Fenty, who doesn't want his citizens to be allowed to own the means even to protect themselves in their own house.
Washington D.C. is one of the most crime-ridden cities in this nation. Their own chief has declared a "crime emergency."
I don't want these people owning a voting seat in Congress and depriving a state of their own seat.