We may profess belief in any principle. The big question is do we abide by the precepts or bylaws of our belief institutions and systems? To ask what would Jesus do is juvenile. As adults we know the answer without anyone having to pose the question. Too many, congressional representatives especially, claim to be of the Christian faith fail to separate themselves from the unjust actions of powerful corrupt leadership who never ask such a childish question. If a ruling power decides it is in their best interest to wage a war, for real or false flag justifications, their thoughts are not about Jesus at all.
Congress is not a religious institution, no matter what we think of the motives of the founding fathers. Most of the heads of state we support with huge sums of money and war machinery are oppressive and often murderous dictators. If Christians with any form of religious precepts prevailed in any governments, acts such as the embargo of Gaza would not exist. Those who were wilfully or capitalistically complicit, negligent or still fain ignorance of the factual events that took place at the World Trade Center-- how can they profess to be Christians and suppress and refuse to let the truth be revealed. In my thinking, a Christian, congress person or other, would come forward and speak the truth of really what took place on 11 September 2001.
Christians, people of any faith, in or out of Congress-- anywhere in this world must live according to truth not according to a generic religious label either ancient or of modern vintage. I am not convinced there are many Christian in Congress. Maybe they do need to revert to the childish idea and stories I read to my children even before they could read-- 'What Would Jesus Do?'