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Chuck Norris: Obama Will Lead America in '1000 Years of Darkness'

Sep 04, 2012 05:33 PM EDT

Chuck Norris (Reuters)

Chuck Norris (Reuters)

Chuck Norris believes "our great country and freedom are under attack." And if evangelicals don't show up at the polls and vote out President Obama, "our country as we know it may be lost forever if we don't change the course our country is headed."

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In a video released over the weekend, martial-arts icon Chuck Norris and his wife, Gena, quote both Edmund Burke and Ronald Reagan and urge all American evangelicals to make their mark at the November elections later this year.

According to Chuck, "Our great country and freedom are under attack," because we are on the brink of "socialism or something much worse." To further convey the seriousness of his warning, the actor quotes patron saint of the GOP former President Ronald Reagan to argue that Obama "will sentence our children to take the first step in to 1000 years of darkness."

"It is estimated that in the 2008 election," Gena says, "30 million evangelical Christians stayed home on voting day-and Obama won the election by 10 million votes."

The spot, filmed in what looks like a home gym, is two minutes long and never mentions Mitt Romney but warns that "our great country as we know it may be lost forever."

The couple urges "like-minded brothers and sisters" to vote on Election Day before adding, "see you at the polls."

Norris is best known for starring in TV's "Walker: Texas Ranger" and acting in a number of action films, including this summer's "The Expendables 2" and Bruce Lee's "Way of the Dragon." An outspoken conservative Christian, he endorsed Newt Gingrich in the Republican primary and campaigned for Mike Huckabee in the 2008 cycle.

Meanwhile, a petition on Change.org and a group on Facebook are calling for Betty White to introduce President Barack Obama at the DNC, just as Clint Eastwood did for Mitt Romney at the Republican National Convention.

"Clint Eastwood, the Republican's 'mystery guest' at the RNC, gave a bad name to older Americans everywhere with his absurd and awkward-to-watch introduction of Governor Romney," the petition reads.

"You know what? Governor Romney can have Clint Eastwood and his improvisational skills because President Obama has the one and only Betty White!"

The petition, written by Peter Slutsky of Brooklyn, N.Y., says that Eastwood, 82, "gave a bad name to older Americans everywhere" with his "absurd and awkward-to-watch" speech at the GOP convention, which included him speaking to an imaginary Obama in an empty chair beside him on the stage.Chuck Norris believes "our great country and freedom are under attack." And if evangelicals don't show up at the polls and vote out President Obama, "our country as we know it may be lost forever if we don't change the course our country is headed."

In a video released over the weekend, martial-arts icon Chuck Norris and his wife, Gena, quote both Edmund Burke and Ronald Reagan and urge all American evangelicals to make their mark at the November elections later this year.

According to Chuck, "Our great country and freedom are under attack," because we are on the brink of "socialism or something much worse." To further convey the seriousness of his warning, the actor quotes patron saint of the GOP former President Ronald Reagan to argue that Obama "will sentence our children to take the first step in to 1000 years of darkness."

"It is estimated that in the 2008 election," Gena says, "30 million evangelical Christians stayed home on voting day-and Obama won the election by 10 million votes."

The spot, filmed in what looks like a home gym, is two minutes long and never mentions Mitt Romney but warns that "our great country as we know it may be lost forever."

The couple urges "like-minded brothers and sisters" to vote on Election Day before adding, "see you at the polls."

Norris is best known for starring in TV's "Walker: Texas Ranger" and acting in a number of action films, including this summer's "The Expendables 2" and Bruce Lee's "Way of the Dragon." An outspoken conservative Christian, he endorsed Newt Gingrich in the Republican primary and campaigned for Mike Huckabee in the 2008 cycle.

Meanwhile, a petition on Change.org and a group on Facebook are calling for Betty White to introduce President Barack Obama at the DNC, just as Clint Eastwood did for Mitt Romney at the Republican National Convention.

"Clint Eastwood, the Republican's 'mystery guest' at the RNC, gave a bad name to older Americans everywhere with his absurd and awkward-to-watch introduction of Governor Romney," the petition reads. "You know what? Governor Romney can have Clint Eastwood and his improvisational skills because President Obama has the one and only Betty White!"

The petition, written by Peter Slutsky of Brooklyn, N.Y., says that Eastwood, 82, "gave a bad name to older Americans everywhere" with his "absurd and awkward-to-watch" speech at the GOP convention, which included him speaking to an imaginary Obama in an empty chair beside him on the stage.

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