Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One en route to New York City, White House press secretary Jay Carney was asked (again) about the endgame in Libya — a feature some felt was missing from the president’s speech last night.
More than likely, the question will come back up later again today, when President Obama does mop-up interviews with the three networks.
“There are two parts to this,” Carney said. There’s the military mission, and the administration stance that Muammar Qadhafi “should leave power.” Julie Mason – Politco 44
David Cameron was a little more detailed in his address to the London Conference on Lybia earlier today on the plans for the Alliance regarding the end-game and it does not sound quick or cheap. His remarks indicate the Obama Administration has committed the United States to a world of grief. – DSMW