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It will not be in the power of a single man… to involve us in such distress; for the important power in declaring war is vested in the legislature at large.
Is there anything Congress can do to prevent a trigger-happy president from hurrying us into nuclear war? Congressman Ted Lieu has drafted a bill that he hopes will do just that.
HR , the "Restricting First Use of Nuclear Weapons Act," provides that "The President may not use the Armed Forces of the United States to conduct a first-use nuclear strike unless such strike is conducted pursuant to a declaration of war by Congress that expressly authorizes such strike.
Someone from the John Yoo school of constitutionalism might argue that the law encroaches on presidential prerogatives by "micromanaging" the means available to protect national security.
But Lieu's bill is clearly constitutional : if Congress can tell the president not to use ground combat troops in a particular war, it has the legal authority to bar him from launching an unauthorized nuclear first strike.
In principle, the military is not supposed to obey an illegal order by the president, but in practice they follow the chain of command.
In all but the most extreme cases—e. Civilian control of the military is a core principle of free government, and it's almost always better preserved by erring on the side of military obedience to the CINC, even where his authority may be in doubt.
As a practical matter, though, that means that simply passing a law won't necessarily restrain presidential warmaking.
Our experience with the War Powers Resolution makes that clear. Put aside the question of how the law applies to limited, short-term military operations: if the WPR does anything, it bars the continuation of hostilities beyond 60 days unless Congress has declared war or passed a specific statutory authorization for war.
In fact , "the view that the day clock is constitutional has remained consistent executive branch law throughout the Reagan, Bush-Quayle, Clinton, Bush-Cheney, and Obama administrations.
But twice in recent decades presidents have blown by that limit: first in Kosovo in ; second in Libya in Each time, the clear language of the law didn't matter: the president ordered the military to keep bombing, and they did.
Why would Lieu's "no-first-use act" fare any differently? The nuclear launch process is built for speed—designed to give the president the power to launch a second strike in mere minutes, while enemy missiles are still in the air.
That also makes it difficult to stop a president who decides to launch first. The guys in the bunkers who turn the keys have surely been vetted to weed out "question authority" types.
In the '70s, there was actually an Air Force major who was training for the job and when he asked, "How can I know that an order I receive to launch my missiles came from a sane president?
Trump can't literally "push the button" and have Pyongyang obliterated. But once the order is authenticated with the codes on the "biscuit " and it goes out from the Pentagon , it's likely already too late.
The one effect Lieu's bill might have, and this is speculative, is it might embolden the president's secretary of defense or the chairman of the Joint Chiefs to put up roadblocks before the order is transmitted.Nämlich „Push the Button” von den Sugababes. Der Song erreichte bei uns Platz zwei der Charts, in ihrer Heimat UK konnten die drei.