I tend to think so. Certainly Harry Reid thinks so.
Those remarks reminded me of this, a set of truths that are hard to take in if, like me, you came up in the Vietnam era or before.
This record doesn't mean the Dems are hostile to U.S. empire or even "American exceptionalism." They mostly love them some drones and some "special forces" spooks working the U.S. will in conflict zones. But a very substantial fraction of Dems are consistently averse to the more obvious, expensive, forms of power projection.
And this history certainly suggests that doing away with the AUMF which presidents use to chase around after people they label "terrorists" should be priority one for a peace movement.
If Obama does something further dumb in Iraq or Syria, count on his claiming authority under the AUMF for his actions.
UPDATE, THURSDAY JUNE 19: I guess we'll get to see whether Obama's "advisors" can overturn this record, and also how his own party responds. I would expect cautiously, but sceptically.