ORIGINAL INTENT, TIMETABLES, AND IRAQ: THE FOUNDERS' VIEWS ON WAR POWERS

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Description: The left claims to be protecting the Constitution's separation of powers.7 The Right claims fidelity to the I. INTRODUCTION Sixty-three percent of Americans oppose the war in Iraq.1 Democratic President-elect Barack Obama described America's decision to go to war as careless and promised to remove almost all combat troops within sixteen months of taking office.2 Eight Democratic members of the House of Representatives sponsored legislation impeaching President Bush for executing a calculated and wide-ranging strategy to deceive the citizens and Congress of the United States ... to falsely justify the use of the United States Armed Forces against the nation of Iraq . . . . The left claims to be protecting the Constitution's separation of powers.7 The Right claims fidelity to the1 INTRODUCTION Sixty-three percent of Americans oppose the war in Iraq.1 Democratic President-elect Barack Obama described America's decision to go to war as careless and promised to remove almost all combat troops within sixteen months of taking office.2 Eight Democratic members of the House of Representatives sponsored legislation impeaching President Bush for executing a calculated and wide-ranging strategy to deceive the citizens and Congress of the United States ... to falsely justify the use of the United States Armed Forces against the nation of Iraq . . . .
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