From NBC's Mark Murray
McCain slammed Obama for threatening to "announce military strikes" on Pakistan.
"I'm not prepared to threaten it as Senator Obama apparently wants to do, as he has said that he would announce military strikes into Pakistan."
"Now, you don't do that," he added. "You don't say that out loud."
Is that what Obama really said in August 2007?
Not exactly. Then, Obama said: "If we have actionable intelligence about high-value terrorist targets and President Musharraf won't act, we will."
So Obama said that he'd go after al Qaida targets within Pakistan's borders, not attack the nation itself. That's a move that the Bush administration actually approved this summer on at least one occasion -- to much objection by the Pakistani government.