President Obama’s incomprehensible “kinetic military action” in Libya has driven George Will to distraction, and to mordant wit:
At about this point in foreign policy misadventures, the usual question is: What is Plan B? Today’s question is: What was Plan A?
Not to mention literary allusion:
Perhaps the CIA operatives should have stayed home and talked to some senators who seem to know what’s what. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) refers to the Libyan rebels as part of a “pro-democracy movement.” Perhaps they are. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) must think so. Serving, as usual, as Sancho Panza to Sen. John McCain’s Don Quixote, Graham said last Sunday (on “Face the Nation”), “We should be taking the fight to Tripoli.”