Senators speak with each other before a hearing Tuesday on Syria. There are four main groups members of Congress fall into when it comes to authorizing force in Syria. (Getty Images)
Party lines are blurring in Congress as members fall into four main factions on whether or not to support Obama's request for military intervention in Syria.
As Syria vote nears, 4 factions emerge in Congress It's unclear if Congress will authorize President Obama to use force in Syria.Although he's received several high-profile endorsements from Republicans and Democrats, Obama's request for congressional approval to use force has split members of Congress into four main factions.Here's a closer look at where they fall on Syria.The Hawks(AP)What they argue: Hawks believe the U.S. should conduct limited military strikes and go even further than the administration has advocated by destroying the Syrian government's launching capabilities while supporting rebels who ... View "As Syria vote nears, 4 factions emerge in Congress" on Spundge