House Votes To Repeal 2002 Iraq War Authorization | MSNBC 1

House Votes To Repeal 2002 Iraq War Authorization | MSNBC

 

On Thursday, the House of Representatives voted to repeal the 2002 Iraq War authorization, a move Congresswoman Barbara Lee of California has worked towards for years. NBC’s Joshua Johnson speaks to her about her efforts and what an AUMF of the future may look like.

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House Votes To Repeal 2002 Iraq War Authorization | MSNBC

33 comments

    1. @J M M when the government uses taxpayer dollars to buy information from Google Facebook etc. It’s not free my friend..

    2. 100% agree. The Patriot Act allowed for enhanced spying on American citizens and restricted freedoms. Anything but patriotic.

    1. @Splatter Panda Trump had already called for the removal of troops from Afghanistan before he was defeated in the last election.

  1. This is a really important pressing matter….. what is wrong with you

  2. The AUMF was abused almost like a Constitutional amendment giving war powers over the the Executive. I’m surprised Congress hasn’t taken it back before now.

  3. The Congress of 2021 to undo what the Congress of 2002 has done?? Anybody with the ability to understand how the US government works in terms of war can understand why this is idiotic.

    1. They borrowed money and built up their cities and infrastructures. Built up an internet platform separate from our. Bush sent troops in to collect on the debt.

    2. @Oppressed Speaker of truth that’s nit why they said in 02/03. It can’t be that simple, this was personal not business. If it were business why lie? They would have told us that. So I don’t think so. I think it must be personal. No One in the media seems interested in why and who and how we got into this war, nor what exactly we won. We can see and feel what we lost. Not what we won.

    3. The real reason that was sold to the American people was that saddam had WMD precursors and we needed to take him out of power. Keep in mind, when this was sold, we were still finding human remains from 9/11. I’m not justifying or rebuking the Iraq war, I’m simply giving you an answer as I see it.

    4. @Ashley Horne the reasons they lied about are:

      Thousand of dox and emails re yellowcake, forged

      Photo of attah in Europe, not him

      Photo of wmd in Iraq, fake photos

      9/11, nope neither Iraq nor Afghanistan, they were Saudi

      Two collaborators they used as witnesses

      I know all that. I’m asking since all the reasons were lies, how does Rachel
      Maddow don lemon or Hannity ever ask what are the actual real reasons?

      The reasons will personal reasons, what are they? Why does no one care they can simply lie us into war? It’s disgusting.

      They can make us do anything. Seems like. Even forget we have no reason for this war. How can we overlook all that? Fascinating.

  4. But it’s about time Congress takes back their power, no president should have a blank check on declaring war or attacking another country.

  5. For the House, this is a decisive action that is too late in the coming. It won’t stop what is coming. Nothing can stop what is coming. Nothing.

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