'I AM CHUCK F**KING NORRIS!
i'VE SPREAD MORE BLOOD AND GORE THAN 40 SCORE
OF YOUR PUNY CIVIL WARS.'
Chuck wins for this phrasing, in my book, although quite a lot of doubt can
be cast over the characters of both protagonists in actuality.
I am concerned about the increasing msn coverage and support for Ron Paul, a man (politician)
who just cannot be faulted, policy or personality wise. He seems to be too good to be true.
Has it been set up to be this way?
I hope against hope.
I am also concerned about the fact that so many direct family members and friends of Paul
have associations with freemasonry, although Paul denies he is a freemason himself.
If freemasonry were a force for the general good, the world would easily be
a much better place, with so many movers and shakers in societies past and
present affiliated with one form or another of these societies with secrets.
I have heard that Ron Paul has associations with NESARA. History Of NESARA,
which is clearly, on the surface at least, very positive.
Because even thugh he is an actor and a spokesperson for some corporate gizmos, he is not a politician.
Chuck lives in a world where you put your fist through your problems, but politicians hide from said incidents.
Waaaaaay back in the day we had some good ole boys, if you didn't like someone's policy, you'd just challenge them to a pistol duel on the white
Those days, men of honor are gone.....sadly.
I don't believe Chuck has actually endorsed Ron Paul YET, but let's cross our fingers. When I see him doing commercials for the good Doctor or
stumping for him like he did for Huckabee, I'll believe it.
Go Ron Go!!
edit on 31-12-2011
by freedom12 because: (no reason given)
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