During the panel discussion on "Fox News Sunday" the topic turned to President Obama and the controversy surrounding the arrest of Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates. Unsurprisingly, Bill Kristol had a negative reaction to Obama's admission that he could have calibrated his words differently in his initial statement that the Cambridge police had acted "stupidly":
The President could have said, you know that was a stupid thing for me to say. But he didn't say that for some reason. You know, that would be too self-deprecating. And I think he is an arrogant man. And he feels entitled to pass judgment on Cambridge cops or on pediatricians.
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