Boehner to Obama: ‘Define the Mission’

John Boehner has expressed the concern of most Americans to President Obama over involvement in Libya. And that is, “Define the mission.”

Politico reports Boehner as saying:

“The president is the commander-in-chief, but the administration has a responsibility to define for the American people, the Congress, and our troops what the mission in Libya is, better explain what America’s role is in achieving that mission, and make clear how it will be accomplished,” the Ohio Republican said in a statement. “Before any further military commitments are made, the administration must do a better job of communicating to the American people and to Congress about our mission in Libya and how it will be achieved.”

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