Pork,I don't recall Obama being "obsessed" with Osama bin Laden on the campaign trail.I think you mean George Bush for the first six months after 9/11, then he lost interest because he realized a living, breathing Osama bin Laden, could be waved in-front the American people to frighten them and keep them in-line.Obama's campaign obsession was Pakistan and Afghanistan and the shadowy forces of al-CIAda.
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