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Learn more about War on ISIS
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) recently proposed declaring war against the Islamic State (ISIS). The declaration would give the President more authority to carry out broader attacks on the militant group without Congressional approval. Opponents argue that the order would give the President too much power by eliminating Congressional oversight. Proponents argue that fighting an organization like ISIS requires an unconventional war plan that requires the President to make quick decisions without Congressional oversight. See recent ISIS news
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We should not be engaged in the region in any military way. Before we "declare war on ISIS" the American public should be given the entire story of why the region is like it it. And that should include European role in dissecting the region,... 3 years ago from a Green in Phoenix, AZ
You can't declare war on anything that lacks specific geographic limits. Ideas and ideal can b fought, but not by conventional warfare. This man isn't smart enough to know what will work better, but a declaration of war against ISIS is as... 3 years ago from a Green in Glen Cove, NY
No. We should withdraw from all wars, reduce our military to only twice the spending of the next largest in spending, instead of 10X more than the next highest spending country. Use our military for self defense only, about like Japan. 3 years ago from a Green in Wallburg, NC
Considering ISIS is not located in a single location, no. If the countries that it's based in ask us to help, then fine. But do not try to go into them without their permission to fight an illegitimate entity. 3 years ago from a Green in Kannapolis, NC
How do you declare war on a multinational organization? What we should do is protect our country and people and fight terrorism in any form. Whether is ISIS or some home grown cult of America haters they should all be treated as enemies of the U.S. And... 3 years ago from a Green in Anderson, IN
No, the US should stop supporting any military dictatorship in the Middle East and apply those resources to purely alleviating Middle East poverty instead. 3 years ago from a Green in Redmond, WA
No, but the UN should come together and decide a course of action. 4 years ago from a Green in Lexington, SC
Regardless, we should only go to war under a formal declaration of war approved by congress. 4 years ago from a Green in Putnam Lake, NY
No. War begets war. 4 years ago from a Green in Austin, TX