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That odd instance when one agrees with Tim Kaine.

“We should not be at war with Iran unless Congress votes to authorize such a war,” Virginia Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, who introduced the resolution said, according to CNN. “While the President does and must always have the ability to defend the United States from imminent attack, the executive power to initiate war stops there. An offensive war requires a congressional debate and vote. This should not be a controversial proposition.”

It should not, but it’s not all that relevant anymore. It’s the age of the Empire and the Empire is almost finished. I smell another veto. But, the vote was nice.