We saw that back in 1999, when House Republicans challenged the NATO bombing campaign against Yugoslavia - there was a lot of intense opposition to President Clinton's move, but the Congress never voted to cut off funds for that operation.
"Today we are in a constitutional crisis," argues Kucinich, who skewered President Obama for not following the War Powers Act, which requires a withdrawal of troops 60 days after their deployment, if the Congress has not authorized that action.
So far there has been no vote on such an authorization by this Congress, and the White House has made clear it is not going to follow the specifics in the War Powers language.
"The critical issue before this nation today is not Libyan democracy," complained Kucinich, who has been a leading anti-war critic in Congress for years.
We'll see if it translates into a serious foreign policy challenge to this White House or not.