Congressman Thaddeus McCotter Calls For Obama to Apologize For Comments Made About Police

Thaddeus McCotter (R) Michigan on Foxnews


"He prejudged the officer's conduct and he reiterated it, this was an officer that was trained in diversity, he trains other members of the department in how to deal with incidents like this. To have it on his record that he overreacted, let alone acted stupidly is to impugned his professional conduct, and to have him prejudged by the President of the United States, who again admitted bias in the instance, and said he didn't have a knowledge of the facts, is not a precedent that should be allowed to stand We are calling on the President to apologize for prejudging the officer and to retract his statements"

more on this at gatewaypundit
Congressman McCotter's House resolution here at firstread.msnbc
And of course here's the left mocking the Congressman dailykos.com
The story is picked up by the washingtontimes
The officers of the NYPD also unhappy with Obama from wcbstv.com

From the Congressmans Draft: "Calls upon President Obama to retract his initial public remarks and apologize to Cambridge, Massachusetts Police Sergeant James M. Crowley for having unfairly impugned and prejudged his professional conduct in this local police response incident."