The discovery of Osama bin Laden near the Pakistani capital and near a military academy has many experts concluding the Al Qaeda leader must have had help from the Pakistani government in eluding the U.S. Now Texas Rep. Ted Poe is bringing forth legislation that would freeze U.S. aid to Pakistan until that government can prove it did not assist bin Laden in any way. How can it prove it didn’t help bin Laden? Would the aid return if Pakistan was found to be incompetent rather than complicit in helping bin Laden? Do we risk alienating a nuclear-armed nation by threatening to withhold aid? We discuss it all with Rep. Poe, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and its Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade subcommittee.