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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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Yes, but not with the current President. Obama (among many other Democrats) have been enabling them time and time again by refusing to acknowledge any religious connection in spite of the perps explicitly saying so. Whether people accept it or not, ISIS... 2 years ago from a Constitution in Oceanside, CA
Yes and no, because ISIS needs to be stopped, but we should also not get involved until they attack us. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Bristol, TN
How can we formally declare war on an idea. We should fight terrorism in all forms, but without official war declarations. 4 years ago from a Constitution in Orchard Park, NY