Nobody disagrees that Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour speaks for himself and his political masters. Just today, he warned against establishing a no-fly zone in Syria, and defended Iran's nuclear program. And of course, he conveniently ignored the repeated Syrian violations of Lebanese sovereignty and the regime's daily massacres, and proclaimed that "what harms Syria harms Lebanon".
March 14, or what's left of it, will supposedly step up efforts to not only get him fired, but also kick the Syrian ambassador out of the country. While I encourage them to give it a try, I really do not recall a time since the 1990s when the Lebanese foreign ministry didn't act as part of the Syrian government, even during Hariri governments.
But hey, if March 14 leaders are feeling emboldened and want to step outside the comforts of Twitter, then by all means let them try. It is really annoying to see statements by Mansour attributed to "Beirut" or "Lebanon" in news headlines, further embarrassing and isolating the country.