UPDATE: I've been asked to provide quotes to support my claims regarding Sen. Obama's statements. They all come from the CNN transcript of the town hall session.
We learned a bit about Sen. Obama's philosophy on war at last night's debate:
=He doesn’t have any problem invading a country who isn’t a direct threat against the US.
Brokaw: What is the Obama doctrine for use of force that the United States would send when we don't have national security issues at stake? (emphasis added)
Obama:...we may not always have national security issues at stake, but we have moral issues at stake.
=He supports invading countries where people are suffering from their government.
Obama (to same question): If we could've stopped Rwanda, surely, if we had the ability, that would be something that we would have to strongly consider and act.
=He doesn’t have any problem ignoring the UN and doing what he thinks is right.
"...we will never take military options off the table. And it is important that we don't provide veto power to the United Nations or anyone else in acting in our interests."
=He doesn’t want people who are friends with terrorists to have dangerous weapons.
"We cannot allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon.... it would also create a possibility of nuclear weapons falling into the hands of terrorists. And so it's unacceptable. And I will do everything that's required to prevent it."
So, why did he oppose invading Iraq?