Seems our senators, who have nothing better to do, are debating the issue of whether or not to call for a name change of the Washington Red Skins.
Only sixteen of the senators have come out specifically stating that they think it none of Congress's business. This might lead one to believe that there are sixteen senators intelligent enough to represent the people in Congress, until, that is, one looks at some of their stances on other topics, which narrows the field considerably.
Conclusion: The number of capable senators < 16.
(And when did it become the purview of the government to name businesses in the private sector?)