Obama’s kinetic military action
I’d like to start with a question,
So, what’s the difference between a “war” and a “kinetic military action”? Does the mere fact a president changes the wording allow him to completely ignore the Constitution and go to “kinetic military action”?
How big does the lie have to be before Obama supporters finally start admitting it’s a lie? Wars are pretty big dontcha think?
For what it’s worth, I never believed in “police actions” either. However, all combat situations did get some sort of Congressional approval. Only one President I’m aware of attacked another country unprovoked with no approval at all from Congress. Correct me if I’m wrong. Yes, even Clinton’s shooting a million dollar missile up a camel’s butt had standing Congressional approval.
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