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The president said today -- which deserve the right responsibility to act on behalf of America's national security.
When asked about if congress votes and down we still go ahead he said he didn't just bring -- -- -- exercise that suggested.
You know he wants congress on board but it's not.
I don't think it's a sudden embrace of the separation of powers.
More of renewed interest in constitutional action -- she brings in the congress.
On domestic -- he hasn't shown any interest in that and all of a sudden he develops a religion on the eve of the suppose it strike.
The region -- he was alone and they can in the world he didn't have -- -- he didn't have the UN needed them Security Council.
He didn't have the Arabs who yet so very much -- but won't lift a finger and didn't even improve in the resolution of the Arab League.
Support for our unilateral or any kind of action against.
Against -- Syria and he lost our closest ally in Britain.
He had nobody.
Here -- Obama and the Democrats who -- the Bush Administration.
For unilateral intervention in Iraq we had a coalition of almost fifty countries and he can't get one and a half.
So we had to have a look congressman that's the reason.
He did that switch in the and he knew how -- he was.
And now we needed to cover this is a cynical exercise -- political cover and the language he offered McCain and everybody -- He simply language and we'll have no effect on the policy and I think it's a -- it is not worth the words.
Making -- win.
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