Chuck Norris Warns Obama Reelection Will Plunge U.S. Into '1,000 Years of Darkness'
BY Sunnivie Brydum
September 06 2012 1:26 PM ET
Chuck Norris and his second wife, Gena, released a stiff "public service announcement" warning conservative Americans about the impending doom should President Barack Obama be reelected.
With vague, hyperbolic references to the "tipping point" America is currently at, Norris warns, "Our country as we know it may be lost forever if we don't change the course in who our country is headed.
Norris' wife, Gena, borrowed a phrase from Republican idol Ronald Reagan, saying that an Obama reelection would plunge the country into "1,000 years of darkness."
Gena Norris also blames evangelical Christians who didn't vote in 2008 for handing Obama his first term. "It is estimated that in 2008, 30 million evangelical Christians stayed home on Election Day," she says, looking woefully at her husband. "And Obama won the election by 10 million votes."
According to Norris, apparently, no Christian would ever vote for Obama.
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