The statement I made you agreed with:
So it seems you agree that not only is UN approval not required, but due to the War Powers Resolution of 1973 means we can enter combat without UN approval, without Congressional approval and without a declaration of war. Do you agree?Approval from Congress, for a lengthy engagement, is more highly desirable. Since we don't plan to have significant assets in play for long, Congressional approval probably wasn't needed. Since we aren't leading the effort, others countries, France, Britain and especially participation by Arab countries, a UN resolution makes perfect sense and was well done.
No. It is not their decision to make.Do you think Congress should cut off funding for this endeavor until they've had a chance to make their decision on the matter? I will support you in that call if you like.