You’re going to be shocked to hear this, I know, but the president says he doesn’t need congressional authorization for the mission in Libya, since it is “limited.” Of course, he is wrong, as he is on everything. See my piece “The Phony Case for Presidential War Powers.”
Watch for Mark Levin, my erstwhile sparring partner, to defend the president — the bipartisan foreign policy consensus isn’t something a neocon can allow to be called into question, after all. Here’s a reminder of the exchange we had on the subject, and how it turned out.
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