'Impeach Obama' Bill: Use of military without Congress approval 'high crime'• http://rt.com
An American military attack on Syria could effectively lead to the impeachment of President Barack Obama. Congressmen say that any war without congressional authorization would be “unconstitutional”.
Republican Representative Walter B. Jones Jr. has come up with the resolution demanding Obama’s impeachment in case his administration starts another military action without the approval of congress. This came as a reaction to the American Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announcing that in order to carry out the offensive, the US military needs permission from the UN and NATO alone.
Jones’s resolution states that the prime authority to rule on the attack is the US Congress, but not international bodies be it NATO or UN.
“Expressing the sense of congress that the use of offensive military force by a president without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under Article II, Section 4 of the constitution,” Jones’s resolution said.
1 Comments in Response to 'Impeach Obama' Bill: Use of military without Congress approval 'high crime'
Yes, it is amazing when GOP "representatives" can find their delegated CONstitutional power when a Democrat is in the White House and the Democratic "representatives" cannot. And vice versa. Being played by the Washington Party has it's entertaining moments.