November 21, 2014
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By the power of greyskull, this is ridiculous. This guy is supposed to be a lawyer. The question of his authority to do X is independent of what Congress does. The executive branch may not write laws. You could look it up. Letís imagine China pulls a Pearl Harbor and sinks the Seventh Fleet. On the merits, the U.S. should declare war. Those merits do not entitle the Gary, Indiana Department of Motor Vehicles to usurp Congress's authority and declare war unilaterally. -- Jonah Goldberg [Subscribe]
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Posted by John Kranz at November 21, 2014 5:05 PM
Help me out here. I'm not slow, per se, but I am literal-minded.
If Congress declares war and the Executive does not wage it, the states may not? Same for invasion by immigrants?