To go to war or not, is NOT within the realm of a state legislator's job. However, just to be on record, I am including that I only support the cause of war when it applies to the Christian Just War theory as proposed by Augustine of Hippo in defense of innocents.
Thomas Aquinas, centuries later, used the authority of Augustine's arguments in an attempt to define the conditions under which a war could be just:
First, war must occur for a good and just purpose rather than for self-gain or as an exercise of power.
Second, just war must be waged by a properly instituted authority such as the state.
Third, peace must be a central motive even in the midst of violence.
Thus I would support a war, just as long as these three conditions are met.
Then I would want us to follow Sun Tzu's advice: go in, kill the bad guys, go home.