Weigel isn't expecting it:

"Before any further military commitments are made," said Boehner, "the Administration must do a better job of briefing members of Congress and communicating to the American people about our mission in Libya and how it will be achieved." If he wanted to, Boehner could have put a line in there about a vote in Congress. He didn't. As long as this is a pricey multinational effort to destroy weapons and buildings as a way of aiding Libyan rebels -- as long as it is short -- there is no call from Congress for more oversight.

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