D.C. is gearing up for its Jan. 13 presidential primary, which is sure to bring all kinds of attention to the fact that D.C. has no representation in congress. The nation is on the edge of its seat, waiting to see whom the District will annoint as the best Democratic candidate for President in this non-binding primary.
Now, if you'll allow me to close the HTML sarcasm tag...
Ah, that's better. Only four of the major national candidates are on the ballot: front-runner Dean, Kucinich, Mosely Braun and Sharpton. One of them didn't show for today's big debate at George Washington University... you guessed it, Dean.
So the big debate today was between Kucinich, Mosely Braun and Sharpton. Yeah. The probable 7th, 8th and 9th place finishers squared off in a battle of wits... to the death!
Hey, now there's a way to garner attention for the District. Have them battle to the death. Not sure who I would bet on. Probably Mosely Braun.