Sen. Tim Kaine: Obama Must Come to Congress Before Any Iraq Military Action

'It would be the height of public immorality to order service members to risk their lives when the nation's political leadership has not done the work to reach a consensus'

Senator Tim Kaine Argues Congress Needs To Approve Military Action In Iraq (BuzzFeed)

After penning a Washington Post op-ed arguing against the White House’s position that no congressional authorization is needed for U.S. military action in Iraq, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine urged president Obama to keep his promise to update the Authorization for Use of Military Force that Congress passed in ‘01 and ‘02 under then president George W. Bush.

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