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Over the last two days as we've discussed this issue.
I don't know if you've noticed but nobody's been paying much attention to health care.
-- -- -- what do you think this controversial arrest of professor Henry gates has to do with the economy.
What I told you nothing.
It has nothing to do with the economy but is everything to do with one of the biggest fix is potentially -- the economy.
Welcome everybody I'm Neil Cavuto and here that -- the deal.
That health care thing is so yesterday.
This professor arresting is so now and years want.
Every once everyone is talking about this arrest and whether it was bungled.
And not a bad health care and whether it is -- that is bad for health care and bad for the president.
School right about now I was looking stupid earlier this week calling the arrest of this professor stupid where the folks arresting him for handling it stupidly.
Which is why he kind of took the stupid comment back today -- not quite apologizing board today in a hastily arranged presser today.
To answer -- Cambridge Massachusetts police -- Earlier in the -- that revealed some policeman not at all tickled with the president today all the news networks every single one of them carry that presser.
And the president's press -- on that press.
The same ones that up until now I've been carrying anything and everything health care.
Now none of them care at all.
More momentum for coverage of arresting Harvard professors -- ideas were resting health care in place and I'm not saying it's right or fair just.
That it is if only the president hadn't taken that -- last question.
On the professor's arrest that his health care might not look like kid is under arrest now but he did and it is.
And he's got to be feeling sick over all of this because he's not only lost momentum -- health care plan he might have lost something else the health care.
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