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Chuck Norris May support Newt Gingrich But his beard supports Ron Paul

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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 10:20 AM
hahaha I thought this was funny and true. his beard stands for freedom and so does ron paul. it makes no sence that he would pick newt.

Chuck continues in his third paragraph with another observation which would clearly eliminate Newt from Chuck's possible choices: What's critical at this point is to appoint a commander in chief who can clearly lead America to a more solvent and secure future. Since Newt has clearly stated he wants us involved in the international financial mess which includes and increasing financial roll in the U.N. then Chuck could obviously not be leading to an endorsement of Newt Gingrich…right?

Then came Chuck Norris' ten questions which would find us our next President:

Read the article to find out his answers

edit on 27-1-2012 by badgerman24 because: spelling

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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:20 AM
Odd indeed, considering Chuck Norris has publicly supported and spoken in favor of Ron Paul on quite a few occasions.

This might be the best example - Chuck clearly supports Ron Paul and Hannity tries to discredit him and move Chuck Norris away from relaying a clear, positive message:

There are a few more examples, just type "ron paul chuck norris" in YouTube search.

posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 02:13 AM
A vote for Gingrich or Santorum is a wasted vote! Here's why....

The MSM is using Internet polls for the sheep...just like the man behind the curtain in the wizard of oz! No matter what the media wants you to believe, it’s already a two-man race. Of the 2286 total Republican delegates, 1144 are needed to win the nomination. In five states: Virginia, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee and Illinois - Gingrich and Santorum are not even on the ballot. That’s 564 delegates that they cannot get. After South Carolina, only 59 delegates have been allocated to the four candidates. Mitt Romney has 39 of those. This means Santorum or Gingrich has to pick up 1144 delegates from the remaining 1683.

Dr. Paul is on the ballot in every state so let’s say that Dr. Paul only picks up 20% of the total number of delegates – I happen to believe he will do much better – but let’s pick 20%. That’s 457 delegates for Dr. Paul. Add that to the 564 that Newt and Santorum won’t have a shot at and now there are 1021 delegates that Santorum and Gingrich have no chance of getting. Subtract that 1021 from the total 2286 and you’re left with 1265 delegates. That means that Gingrich and Santorum, one or the other, must pick up over 90% of the available delegates to get the nomination. So, essentially, we’re down to Dr. Paul and Romney.

A vote for Gingrich and Santorum is a wasted vote! A vote for Ron Paul is not a wasted vote and may well mean that the next President of the United States will be a man that, for the last 30 years, has never broken a promise, compromised his principles or waffled his position on an issue. A man that still believes that the Constitution of the United States is THE law of the land and that the protection of our individual liberties is the primary reason for the Federal Government. Dr. Paul does not need to win FL. He only needs to win the caucus states, which overwhelmingly support him.

As much as the media would like us to believe, this race is not over.

RON PAUL 2012!

posted on Feb, 1 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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That was very informitive (if thats how it is spelt)

Thank you for putting that on the thead i think it goes well with the article.

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