I am not sure I've ever heard of a "revolution" targeting an ambassador, but sure, why not.
Hariri's al-Mustaqbal paper is headlining, "March 14 youth: Revolution until the Syrian ambassador is expelled".
Again, why not. The "post-Assad period" has begun, the paper announced, with even Aoun "defecting" (according to the paper) by evading a question (from his own TV station) on whether a solution in Syria is tied to Bashar Assad staying in power. The Syrian people will make that call, Aoun said, calling the Syrian revolution an "intifada", and adding that he had always called for change in Syria. All this, of course, is a departure from past speeches in which he fiercely defended the Assad regime and lashed out at the Syrian protestors.
With Michel Samaha, once untouchable, confessing to plotting terrorist attacks on behalf of his Syrian masters, some March 14 leaders must be reveling in the confusion of their foes, especially Hizbullah, which must be in recalculation overdrive these days as they watch their buffer against the rest of the Arab world crumble. The events in Tripoli and the emergence of Sunni fire power there, must also be painting a different picture in the minds of many who once banked on the supremacy of the Iranian-Syrian system. Arab countries and freelance jihadists are coming to the rescue of the Syrian Sunnis against the regime, so let no one in Hizbullah or the pro-Assad camp think they can keep on bullying the Sunnis of Lebanon.
Much like assassinations, confused regional calculations, and general lack of imagination had rendered March 14 ineffective and unbalanced in the years that followed the Cedar Revolution, the "March 8" camp that rode March 14 weakness to eventually grabbing power in Lebanon is now feeling the heat of a changing power balance in the region.
That's not to say it will soon be over. March 14 is no longer the popular movement it once was, and it's going to take a lot more to shake the state-within-a-state that is Hizbullah.
But I guess you have to start (or restart) somewhere.