Republicans criticise the Democrats for not supporting the President during wartime. Assuming we ignore the fact that it's not the Democrat's job to let the President break the law during wartime, there's still a problem with Republican claims. There is no war going on.
The so-called War on Terror is not a war. Only Congress can declare war, and there's no nation upon which to declare it. Terrorism is a serious crime. You can only declare war on terrorism figuratively speaking (like the "War on Drugs").
As for the war in Iraq, that was over in 2003. Our current presence in Iraq is at best a peace-keeping force, and at worst an occupation that's going badly.
Referring to these conflicts as wars doesn't serve America. It serves those who want to undermine the American ideals of liberty and justice. The wars have been used as an excuse to revoke American civil liberties, lock up suspects without due process, and appeal to Americans who let fear get the better of them.
George W. Bush invented perpetual war as a perpetual excuse to escape accountability. Don't let him get away with it.