The President already possesses the power to move troops by the War Powers Act of 1973. He also has a time limit (60 days) in which to operate. If we want fight ISIS, 1) we shouldn't formally declare war because that would only legitimize them as a sovereign nation, and 2) we need to implement a solid entrance, combat, and exit strategy before engaging them with boots on the ground. Inadequate strategic planning and analysis is what has cost us in Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq. What we need is a Congress who has the guts to stand up to the President and enforce the checks and balances we have by the Constitution and by the War Powers Act. This is more an issue of military strategy than legislation.