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“Yes, but only in the wake of an attack on the USA and only until the future threat of such an attack is eliminated or neutralized. The President as Commander-in-Chief should have complete authority to direct the nation's response to an attack for up to 60 days, after which Congress must either grant approval for the country's military response or deny approval. The failure of Congress to decide on any further action shall automatically grant the President complete authority to carry on any conflict for another six months. Congress should be mandated by law to review any military conflict every six months and either approve, disapprove, or remain silent about the conflict.”

From a Democrat in Aiea, HI
In reponse to: Should the military fly drones over foreign countries to gain intelligence and kill suspected terrorists?

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Yes