Fox was desperately trying to work out a line. It almost eliminated any references to British and French participation - the usual chauvinistic xenophobia from them - but then was desperately looking to slag off Obama so it kept talking about the end game not being clear (is it in Afghanistan or Iraq?). It didn't advocate troops on the ground, nor did it go isolationist. It just slurred Obama for not having a magic instantaneous plan. Lots of "poor Libyans" and "we need to get Gaddafi". Few concrete suggestions other than to hand over to US allies and then it couldn't decide if this was a good ir a bad thing (so it implied that this was weakness by the US). This was followed by military experts belittling the role of allies. No mention that large numbers of cruise missiles were fired by British ships and subs (these were all described as American) or of the French aircraft carrier being sent. It was a disgraceful and incoherent piece of anti Obama American chauvinism. It was left to the odious John Bolton to inject any rigor into the debate (that's how bad it was that the most sensible thing was said by that thug) when he validly criticized the US administrations dithering on this and supported the action.
Fox News is not a news channel. It's a source of information as to the "thinking" of the American Right. Watching them try to work out how to respond to an Obama war was interesting. It was entirely partisan as it struggled to work out a response to events.