On Monday, the Federal House passed a resolution saying that nearly 3 years worth of US military involvement in the civil war in Yemen was not authorized.
While some people are saying this is a positive first step against this kind of unconstitutional war, I call it what it is, a cop-out.
Another example of grandstanding in #congress rather than doing the right thing: The House's non-binding resolution saying #military action in #yemen was not authorized. #tlot #war #Politics #fail #Constitution #10thAmendment @Antiwarcom @mmaharrey10th @scotthortonshow pic.twitter.com/GkPDRiJIZP
— TenthAmendmentCenter (@TenthAmendment) November 14, 2017
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