Emporer Obama:going to war without congressional approval a la the consititution

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Artful D0dger, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. Is it an impeachable offense? Would this classify him as a "domestic enemy" which the army and law enforcement swear to defend the nation against? Why or why not? If so, why aren't any who took that oath doing any defending?

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  2. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

  3. pspr


    I would think that, yes it is but with congress voting to keep the funding in place their won't be the political will to impeach him over this.

    When he commits U.S. ground forces to the fight that will be the tipping point with the public.
  4. rew


    Of course it's an impeachable offense. But we don't impeach Presidents over starting a war without a proper Congressional declaration. We impeach them for lying about blow jobs.
  5. Arnie


    If the Congress passes a law that restricts the Presidents Constitutionally defined duties, is he bound to abide it?
  6. as678


    Not enough money in the War-Stopping industry.

    There IS, however, enough money in the Religious-Morality industry.