If you possessed critical thinkning skills, you wouldnt simply conclude that the people you mention were right, you'd assume that they were wrong and then look into their argument. You have obviously not done that.
This is an amazinly silly argument.Since I agree with the constitutional lawyers, professors, and anyone who knows anything about the Constitution, I have the luxury of being correct.
Simply agreeing with someone doesnt make you right -- you being able to show that you're right makes you right.
That, you fave so far failed to do.
Then your argument was unsound both before and after my correction.Same thing.
This has been addressed -- the canon against surplusage renders this argument unsound.I just did - the power to raise armies.
YOU quoted the clause. The clause itself says so.Show me exactly where the Constitution says this.
Yes, yes it does -- because the navy and the Army are not the same thing.Nope. The Constitution mentions the Navy specifically.
The Army and the Airforce are not the same thing...