Here's what Wieseltier wrote today:
Of course nobody is suggesting that a single American soldier step foot on Libyan soilBut here's another distinguished foreign policy commentator back on February 25th:
Is the United States really prevented by its past from deploying the small number of troops that would be required to rescue Tripoli from Qaddafi’s bloody grip?Apparently there is somebody suggesting that American soldiers step foot on Libyan soil. Or at least, there was somebody a couple of weeks ago, before pushback on even the prospect of a no-fly zone perhaps drove home for that guy just exactly how unpopular his proposal was with both the American electorate and the national security commentariat.
Oh, yeah, and this might also be noteworthy: that quote from last month was Wieseltier, too, of course.