Bipartisan congressmen have filed suit to stop the war in Libya on grounds it was never authorized. Will they succeed?
Yes. The War Powers Act says that the President must get approval from Congress within 60 days, and he has not done so.
42% (356 votes)
Yes. There is no constitutional authority for a President to engage in hostilities absent a threat to the country.
16% (135 votes)
No. Our involvement in Libya falls under the President’s authority as Commander in Chief.
24% (200 votes)
No. The court will toss it for lack of standing.
18% (151 votes)
Total votes: 842