Really, I'm quite sure the Supreme Court will find in favor of what our founders had in mind in regards to our Second Amendment when they take up this case. D.C. has subverted our laws for quite sometime now, and I'm confident that they will lose this case, and lose harshly. The one escape clause that the Supreme Court has and could utilize is that D.C. is not a state and is therefore not subjected to the wording of the Second Amendment which does include the word of "state" directly in its context. I, however, don't think they would take the case just to reinforce the fact that D.C. is not a state in the union. What's at stake here is whether individuals or state approved militias have the right to hold arms. Should be a no-brainer. It's apparent that the rights of individuals are what the founders had in mind in the Bill of Rights. It's a fallacious argument to say that founders felt that individuals did not feel that individuals should be allowed to possess arms as that is exactly what allowed them to overcome the British government in the cause of gaining America's freedom. It wasn't exactly a decision that was made from the colony's legislature that allowed those residing within the state to take up arms to overthrow the Brits. I'm confident the government will see it this way. As if a harbinger of things to come, even the leftist leaning PA legislature threw our Rendell's pathetic attempts to pass the buck on his horrific executive skills in enforcing laws that has resulted in outlandish murder totals in his only interest, the city of Philadelphia, by attempting to strip PA residents of their rights to bear arms. I'm confident in this one. It's something amazing that the two appointees that President Bush got on the Supreme Court will help us to keep the rights we have had since our founding in the face of the Socialist Left-Wing onslaught. Thank you President Bush.