If you read the talking points about our weekend intervention in Libya, you'll hear that the U.S. is only one small part of a large, international coalition. Not so, says former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton.
Appearing on Fox News today, Bolton balked at the notion that the Arab world will not see this as a U.S.-led mission. Interestingly, he also tore apart the conflicting Obama administration comments that the U.S. will not seek Gadhafi's removal. According to Bolton, that's mainly lip service, as the only way to secure the safety of the Libyan people (our stated goal) is to eventually remove Gadhafi: