The existing collection of pictures have a greater balance of those who practice "portrait on the wall worship" where "their guy Obama" is seen standing in front of the uniformed military men. The poster often notes how "Obama is now the man with the power" in a spirit of pride. Indeed some pictures mock Obama critically as his role as Commander In Chief.
As I have sampled "the usual suspects" on their coverage on the "allied" attacks on the nation of Libya I have noted either direct avoidance of the issue to those who seek to cope with the issue by bringing George W Bush's deeds in as a defuser to other's criticism of Obama. Still others focus on "America the empire in decline" that has turned to militarianism as a means of retaining its grip on the world.
I credit "Denmark Vesey" for being consistent in his analysis of this incident. (Though I do not necessarily agree with his assessments in total). My man DV has not taken his eye off of the ball. In his perspective - America has a certain character and Obama is merely the latest man to take the helm.