The words of Dr. King -- "Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that" -- invite us to a higher calling than seeking "an eye for an eye," for, as he reminded us, if that's what we're about, everyone ends up being blinded.
Whether Pakistan had known about bin Laden's whereabouts remains a question. But the fact that we are even asking should help clarify one issue: Pakistan is an unreliable client state whose core national interest doesn't correspond to U.S. interests.
Amanpour alluded to a source who suggested bin Laden had stashed himself in a "nice comfortable villa" in Pakistan. Unfortunately, Real Time is a freewheeling panel show, so whatever significance the moment had was lost amid the crosstalk.