For example, where's the cash for this just for starters? Are some of those partisans willing to immediately agree to repeal the Bush tax cuts for the top earners and corporate tax cuts to pay for this war? A war is what it will likely require given the no-fly zones will almost certainly be insufficient to get rid of Khadafi. We are also already in two war theatres at great cost...one that helped drive up the deficit given they weren't properly paid for for many years. How about the issue of over-stretching and over-exhausting the military (and consideration of their lives) and its effects on other problematic theatres who make that assessment?
I've heard enough about the blather and rhetoric with the Iraq run-up insofar as quick cheap low friendly casualty wars with flowery endings, etc. It was bullshit then and it's bullshit now to lazily assume such things or take no accounting of the responsibilities of conducting a war. It was bullshit bravado and flake jingoism in the prior wars too and hence why books and films by real veterans point that out, e.g. Red Badge of Courage, Born on the Fourth of July, All Quiet on the Western Front, etc.
YouTube - All quiet on the Western Front Part 1
Simply put, it's easy to start a war and hard to end one, and hard again to win the peace with them, e.g., what kind of resulting government and situation comes after the regime is toppled.