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Does Obama admin. risk overplaying its hand in bin Laden death?

Top Talkers: A year after the killing of Osama bin Laden, the Obama administration is using his death in their re-election campaign. And the GOP is also criticizing this use in the campaign as divisive. Does Obama risk overplaying his hand if he discusses bin Laden's death too frequently? The panel discusses.