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Constitutional government is not imperial

One of the greatest contributors to deficit spending is war. If the country is to eliminate debt, these United States cannot become gratuitously involved in constant wars. Constitutional government, as the founders envisioned it, was not imperial. It was certainly not contemplated that America would police the world at the taxpayers' expense.
Source: 2012-2016 Constitution Party national platform , Nov 1, 2012

Condemn deployment of troops without a declaration of war

We condemn the presidential assumption of authority to deploy American troops into combat without a declaration of war by Congress, pursuant to Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution.
Source: Constitution Party platform ratified at National Convention , Apr 26, 2008

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