Why hasn’t Congress passed a resolution granting the President approval for preemptively taking out North Korea’s launch facilities and nuclear weapons production facilities?
1. North Korea has declared it will strike the U.S.
2. We grant the President approval for a preemptive strike
against North Korea.
I don’t know why Congress hasn’t passed such a resolution: perhaps it is dysfunctional. That would be my guess.
Boehner and McConnell seem to be flummoxed all the time.
And who really believes anyway, that BHO2 would recognize his duty as Commander-in-Chief, comply and fire-off a preemptive strike against fellow Marxists?
Keep in mind, folks, that BHO2 stated in his “autobiography” that he was a Marxist-Leninist while attending Occidental College. There are former students who were there at the same time, were acquainted with him and who verify the claim.
“Why hasnt Congress passed a resolution granting the President approval for preemptively taking out North Koreas launch facilities and nuclear weapons production facilities?”
That’s a great question considering N. Korea is still at war with the UN. Some would argue that since we are technically still at war, the president already has the authority. On the other hand, Congress never formally declared war on N. Korea, so others would argue that the war was illegal in the first place.
I don’t think a lack of authorization is the issue, but rather, a lack of governmental will.
TO YOUR QUESTION.....
Because we don’t have Reagen, Pope John Paul and Thatcher around now!
They probably know he's too chicken to do anything. He's useless.