Well I got say I agree with you on the sky being blue and the sun being yellow
However hopefully this big mess will all still come to an end. I know it seems like a pipe dream but still got to hope.
The senior military leaders are in part political positions, that being said I dint think they will say no will do to the commander and chief. I
however don't want to suggest they are not professionals also.
As to the constitutional crisis could you explain what you mean by a constitutional crisis?
Well number one the military leaders know the extent of what they can do and already know we are stretched too thin for any further adventures and no
military man will willingly waste materials and lives on a losing proposition especially when to do so would weaken us and hinder our ability to
By a constituitional crisis something like congress refusing to authorize an attack on Iran and Bush going ahead and doing it anyway or bush
manouvering to omit the congress from any decision making in this matter completly...in other words a power grab.
the president does have the authority to use the military with out approval of the state representatives as I remember it. What the congress can
do is enact the War Powers Act. That will force him to with draw from what ever war he happens to be in. If that happens I would not really see it
as a power grab, but I do think it would a crises of constitutional authority for the history books.
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