Opponents of the Iraq war say former President George W. Bush overstepped his authority when the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003. ...
They argued that Bush overstepped his constitutional authority to invade Iraq without Congress officially declaring war. They say that wasn’t the intent of the Founding Fathers.
Good grief, move on people. What is it about the never-ending debate about going to war to overthrow Saddam Hussein's regime?
Our actual founding fathers waged an undeclared naval war against France (the 1798-1800 Quasi War) and the 1801-1805 Tripolitan War without Congressional declarations of war.
How much clearer can you be on original intent? Move on, eh?