Addendum to last messages —

Is there a reason why the media has not asked Sen. Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaCentral Asia is changing: the Biden administration should pay close attention MSNBC to debut docuseries 'Obama' Can Biden vanquish Democrats' old, debilitating ghosts? MORE (D-Ill.) how he can base his campaign on attacking Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) on her war vote while saying his position on the war was no different than President Bush's as of July 2004? To wit:

In a meeting with Chicago Tribune reporters at the Democratic National Convention, Obama said,
“On Iraq, on paper, there's not as much difference, I think, between the Bush administration and a Kerry administration as there would have been a year ago. […] There's not much of a difference between my position and George Bush's position at this stage. The difference, in my mind, is who's in a position to execute.”

Chicago Tribune, 07/27/04

How could the media have missed reporting this?

Three Obamas on war —

1) Critic of Hillary Clinton on war authorization vote — a core message of his campaign

2) Obama: "No difference" between Bush position on war and his own (Chicago Tribune, 07/04)

3) Obama: "Doesn't know" how he would have voted on war vote (Chicago Tribune, 10/04)