Sergeant Shamar Thomas – DailyHeadlines 09 December 2011

Sergeant Shamar Thomas
The Newt and the Donald
Real politics
Keith Olbermann

This video is on youtube Here

Today in the New York Times, Friday December 9, 2011, there is very little of interest. The Newt is still selling books, American free enterprise at work, and so is the Donald. HL Mencken said, “No one ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public.” Any questions that politics as usual is an utter farce? Here is real politics at work…although big Chris doesn’t seem to think so.

The LA Times has occupy wall street occupying the Law & Order set in DC. Lehigh Valley Morning Call says no room at the inn in Bethlehem. NBC New York says NYU will be offering a course on the occupy movement. New York Daily News has more on the Law & Order SVU shutdown. Earlier, Mariska Hargitay said “I’m so excited to see what he’ll do next.”

Keith Olbermann has the best tv interview I’ve seen.

Sergeant Shamar Thomas may be the leader the movement has been looking for.

Shamar pointed out to the mob of police officers who were intimidating the protesters that there was “No honour” in their actions and said “It takes a coward to harm an unarmed civilian” he went on to say “This is not a war zone, these are unarmed people, it does not make you tough to hurt these people.”

“If you want to go fight, go to Iraq and Afghanistan, Leave these people alone, they are US citizens, why are you doing this to our people?” said Seargent Thomas who then asked where in their (The NYPD officers present) contract does it justify hurting US citizens.

“I’ve been to Iraq 14 months for my people and you come here to hurt them, they don’t have guns, it doesn’t make any sense, how do you sleep at night? there is no honour in this, your here to protect them, protect us.”

“You’re all walking around in riot gear like this is a war, these people don’t have guns.”

Sergent Shamar Thomas is now an American hero not just for his service to his country but for his service to his country in defending civilians at home

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