If we had real representation, and because Syria is not an imminent threat to the U.S., or its citizens, there should be 535 Congressmen demanding that the President take his case before Congress. The War Powers Act only allows the pResident to commit troops, for up to 60 days, if there is an imminent threat to the USA or its citizens, such as Benghazi, where he did nothing... anything other than that, he needs to get approval from Congress.<quoted text>
Oooowee, "Berry's" in a pickle now.
Over 100 GOP & Dems want him to take his case on Syria to Congress
b4 he launches Tomahawks. Five US warships are now in range to carry out, just waiting for orders.
What to do, what to do.
Congress critters, and the pResident took an oath to uphold the Constitution. If only 100+ are demanding that the pResident come before Congress before committing troops in an act of war, that says over 400 Congressmen aren't living up to the oath they took.
Our inexperienced pResident refuses to be constrained by the Constitution, and time after time, Congress has allowed him to get away with it.