I can't find a link, but CBS News showed a clip tonight of Wesley Clark bringing up Osama bin Laden when asked about the capture of Saddam. He said he's regularly asked about the hunt for bin Laden -- and he's never asked about the hunt for Saddam. Good for him.
And CBS ran this Osama story tonight. It's awfully "balanced" (do people really think the capture of Saddam will make it easier to catch Osama?), but it does have this nice line:
If the U.S. does decide to mount an all-out effort to find Osama, more troops will likely be needed: 130,000 were available to find Saddam, but just 15,000 are based in Afghanistan where Osama may be hiding.