The GOP dividend: "delegates" outside states don't vote in Congress

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    I love these guys. DC wasn't made a state, or given the rights thereof, for a reason.

    The Associated Press: House GOP ends floor voting rights for delegates

     
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    Good.

    Let them petition to be states, if they want to be treated as such.
     
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    Lucky for us that democrats were kicked out before they let Mexico vote on the congressional floor.
     
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    Seems appropriate to me. There is a process to apply for statehood. Let them do that if they want.
     

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