Monday, December 11, 2006

Who's Responsible for US Foreign Policy? Congress - Not the President

The role of the president as Commander in Chief is to direct our armed forces in carrying out policies established by the American people through their representatives in Congress. He is not authorized to make those policies. He is an administrator, not a policy maker. Foreign policy, like all federal policy, must be made by Congress.

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