My Korean War friends are still pissed at Harry Truman for calling it a “police action.” Police action my ass! — jtl, 419
… the Congress is voting on its own war powers, powers already in place. Interestingly, the Constitution states that only Congress can declare war, so that same body voting on resolutions that are already solidified in their precious constitution is absolutely asinine. This is simply an exercise of flatulence done in order to appease the hapless proletariat, and create an image of responsibility where none exists. This is telling in that the terroristic U.S has been warring aggressively against innocents for over 93% of its existence, and Congress has not authorized any war in the past 79 years. Too little too late is an absurd understatement, as Congress has been complicit in all wars of aggression since the beginning, whether a declaration was evident or not.
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