"Americans can be proud of the role our country has played in helping to defeat Qaddafi, but we regret that this success was so long in coming due to the failure of the United States to employ the full weight of our airpower."
Of course, Johnny Volcano and Huckleberry Hound here both were angry as hell when the President announced his Libya NATO plan and attacked it for not being AWESOME enough.
The two senators stood in contrast to a substantial segment of the Republican party, including presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, who argued that the way President Obama went about committing US assets to the fighting was an imperious abuse of his power.
McCain and Graham on the other hand, dinged Obama for not acting imperiously enough. They argued that his insistence on following the UN mandate of "protecting civilians" meant NATO forces weren't hitting Qaddafi hard or fast enough. To be fair, their criticisms were echoed by a number of military analysts who argued there was confusion among NATO ranks over whether they were really engaged in regime change or not, and if they were then to what extent they could push.
So yes, for the next oh, rest of his current term, you can expect Republicans to attack President Obama for not using enough
And we won't start in on des sacs d'incendie here, I have enough of a headache today.