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Chuck Norris to lead Texas succession

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natty    555

http://www.examiner.com/x-2071-DC-Special-Interests-Examiner~y2009m3d9-Chuck-Norris-claims-thousands-of-right-wing-cell-groups-exist-and-will-rebel-against-US-government

He continues; calling on a second American Revolution; “…we've bastardized the First Amendment, reinterpreted America's religious history and secularized our society until we ooze skepticism and circumvent religion on every level of public and private life.

How much more will Americans take? When will enough be enough? And, when that time comes, will our leaders finally listen or will history need to record a second American Revolution? We the people have the authority according to America's Declaration of Independence, which states: That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government…”

Norris claims that; “Thousands of cell groups will be united around the country in solidarity over the concerns for our nation.” The right wing cells will meet during a live telecast, "We Surround Them," on Friday March 13 at 5 p.m.

When are people going to wake up and realize we need to invest in an anti-roundhouse kick defense system?

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rodeo    13,778

you mean secession. chuck norris has never been involved in anything that succeeded.

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natty    555

you mean secession. chuck norris has never been involved in anything that succeeded.

doh!

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blah blah blah...

Folks on the left were screaming it while Bush was in office, and now the folks on the right want to speak their peace...

Interesting that America has a "religious history," yet a lot of the founding fathers were simply theists, not followers of any particular religion...

Chuck Norris is losing his touch.. I always knew when you got right down to it, he was a pansy...

Let Texas secede... I don't think we'll miss a bunch of bumbling idiots... let them take West Virginia, Utah, and any Yankee nation with them.. we'll be a lot better as a country...

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LiQuiD    59

you mean secession. chuck norris has never been involved in anything that succeeded.

What about his brilliant acting in the Total Gym commercials? It succeeded in making me laugh...."Now you can try Total Gym for an entire two months. Two months? Wow...Ooook"

Absolutely brilliant!

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Kevin Greene    11,979

chuck norris has never been involved in anything that succeeded.

Yeah, aside from 6 time World Karate Champion, hugely successful movies and TV series I can't think of a thing. :lol:

Oh, and he's laying the wood to this hottie. :wink:

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Matt Foley    1

I wonder if she's a psycho religious nut too?

Chuck Norris wouldn't let some teenager punk his ass like you did with Anakin Skywalker. Sissy.

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Jase    12,328
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Davidson Deac II    4,210

Interesting that America has a "religious history," yet a lot of the founding fathers were simply theists, not followers of any particular religion...

49 of the 55 that attended the 87 convention were Catholic or Protestant. 6 is not a lot.

A handful of the founding (mainly Jefferson and Franklin) were agnostics or deist, but by and large, the founding fathers were protestant.

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49 of the 55 that attended the 87 convention were Catholic or Protestant. 6 is not a lot.

A handful of the founding (mainly Jefferson and Franklin) were agnostics or deist, but by and large, the founding fathers were protestant.

So all of us should just join right on in without questioning it.. right?

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Fiz    878

So all of us should just join right on in without questioning it.. right?

it shouldn't matter at all but the fact that you almost had to belong to a church in the 1700s in order to be a member of society is held up to mean something entirely else by some very stupid people with an obvious agenda.

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