Summing up the sentiment of peeved members on both sides of the aisle, perhaps? This tough quote: "In a harshly worded statement Monday evening, Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R-Md.) declared, 'The United States does not have a King's army.' More: 'President Obama's unilateral choice to use U.S. military force in Libya is an affront to our Constitution,'" said Bartlett, a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee.
The cost of the war is chipping away at GOP-led budget cuts. The Hill: "U.S. military operations in Libya could wipe out a significant chunk of the budget cuts won by congressional Republicans in recent weeks, defense analysts say. GOP leaders have trumpeted enacted spending reductions that amount to more than $285 million per day since the beginning of March. But defense analysts say the Pentagon could be burning through more than $100 million per day in Libya, putting those budget savings at risk."