"Temperamentally, Senators Obama and McCain are very different on defense. But when you read the details of their defense positions, they are remarkably similar," said Loren Thompson , a defense analyst with the Lexington Institute , a conservative public policy organization. "They both want to bolster intelligence, focus on counter-terrorism, reduce big-ticket weapons systems and crack down on defense contracts."
So while McCain likes to portray himself as some great supporter of the military, in truth, he offers little that is different from what Obama has to offer. The full article can be read here.