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Is Chuck Norris a racist for warning about "1,000 years of darkness" if Obama id re-elected?

jnewby 2012/09/08 03:36:40
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After warning of "1,000 years of darkness" if Barack Obama is reelected, Chuck Norris was accused of using racial "dog-whistle" language by former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann, Twitchy reported Friday.


Recently, Norris and his wife, Gena, created a video warning evangelical Christians of the dangers of not voting.


“You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our
children this last best hope for man on earth, or we will sentence them
to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness,” he says in the video, quoting former President Ronald Reagan.

Read More: http://www.examiner.com/article/chuck-norris-accus...

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  • Kronan_1 2012/09/09 02:59:16
    No
    Kronan_1
    Is Chuck Norris a racist? Is Romney a racist? Am I pretty. Do I have a nice figure? If you had 10 Democrats in a room would they share a brain between them?

    How old are you ? 12???
  • Vision of Verve 2012/09/09 01:10:12
  • **StarzAbove** 2012/09/08 22:24:34
    Yes
    **StarzAbove**
  • YepIDidItSo 2012/09/08 20:22:18
    No
    YepIDidItSo
    +1
    So sick of hearing the word racist. From now on every poll with a race question is going to be ignored. Racism is ignorance spread by ignorant people, a word USED by ignorant people for ignorant purposes.
  • Robin 2012/09/08 17:53:56
    No
    Robin
    +2
    Darkness refers to a period like 'the dark ages' not dark as in a skin complexion. At least that is the way I took it . Now, had he added a little racial slur at the end, outloud instead of keeping it in his head, then it would be racist LOL Remember... keep them little slurs to yourself to stay on the safe side :)
  • none 2012/09/08 17:38:04
    No
    none
    +2
    It's already started.
  • MrsB 2012/09/08 13:09:52
    No
    MrsB
    +2
    Some people are just pot-stirrers and can't be happy unless they are starting some sort of confrontation.
  • JustTheFacts 2012/09/08 12:08:18
    No
    JustTheFacts
    +3
    ....he's factually correct.
  • Mark 2012/09/08 11:41:29
    No
    Mark
    He isnt a racist, just a knobend.
  • All American 2012/09/08 10:57:17
    No
    All American
    +4
    All the racists reside on the left. The democratic party embraces them.
  • JMCC 2012/09/08 08:49:50
    No
    JMCC
    No it is not racist, just very very odd...

    I wonder what logic and justification does he put behind this?
  • sjalan 2012/09/08 08:13:37
    Yes
    sjalan
    +1
    He's a quack! and has lost it big time.
  • ☆astac☆... sjalan 2012/09/08 18:15:01
  • sjalan ☆astac☆... 2012/09/08 18:29:51
    sjalan
    And you're a troll that hasn't a brain.

    troll brain

    Go crawl back under your bridge and hide in your cave.
  • ☆astac☆... sjalan 2012/09/08 19:22:16
  • ☆astac☆... sjalan 2012/09/08 19:23:19
    ☆astac☆~PWCM
    +1
    See, you still have nada.
  • Vision ... sjalan 2012/09/09 01:11:13
  • sjalan Vision ... 2012/09/09 01:32:19
    sjalan
    Didn't need to be constructed nor connected. It got the point across.
  • Walt 2012/09/08 07:13:10
    No
    Walt
    +2
    Your implication that paying or not paying electric bills has something to do with race is a racist statement, but then I'm sure you're too racist to know you're racist.
  • Alexander T Steward 2012/09/08 06:56:43
  • ☆astac☆... Alexand... 2012/09/08 18:15:57
  • TheTruth1313 2012/09/08 06:49:22
    No
    TheTruth1313
    +2
    No, he is just an informed voter that is intelligent enough to see obama for the lying socialist traitor that obama truly has been and will continue to be.
  • dallasjoe 2012/09/08 06:28:42
    Yes
    dallasjoe
    to many kicks to the Head as well
  • Bureauc 0Bamao 2012/09/08 06:13:47
    No
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    +3
    I'd say Chuck Norris is spot on.
    But who gives a rat's @ss what 0lbermann has to say?
    And who think's reminding us Keith once blathered at MSNBS gives him any credibility?
  • JCD aka "biz" 2012/09/08 05:59:12
    No
    JCD aka "biz"
    +1
    Not necessarily, Chuck Norris is just an old idiot.

    Is he a Mormon, too?
  • Dan der Mensch 2012/09/08 05:52:08
    No
    Dan der Mensch
    No, just bad at math. It would only be 4 more years of darkness.
  • moomoof 2012/09/08 05:42:37
  • 3003573 2012/09/08 05:35:51
  • ☆astac☆... 3003573 2012/09/08 18:16:54
  • 3003573 ☆astac☆... 2012/09/08 18:47:18
  • ☆astac☆... 3003573 2012/09/08 19:22:50
    ☆astac☆~PWCM
    It sure does exist, called secular humanism
  • 3003573 ☆astac☆... 2012/09/08 19:27:25
  • ☆astac☆... 3003573 2012/09/08 20:14:55
    ☆astac☆~PWCM
    You would be wrong
  • 3003573 ☆astac☆... 2012/09/08 20:32:18
  • ☆astac☆... 3003573 2012/09/09 15:50:30
    ☆astac☆~PWCM
    Actually it is a religion. The founders of secular Humanism even called it a religion
    Even The USSC says you are wrong

    Torcaso v. Watkins - 367 U.S. 488 (1961)
    Among religions in this country which do not teach what would generally be considered a belief in the existence of God are Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture, Secular Humanism and others. See Washington Ethical Society v. District of Columbia, 101 U.S.App.D.C. 371, 249 F.2d 127; Fellowship of Humanity v. County of Alameda

    Humanism has its own organized belief system, publications and preachers. Like other religions, it also has a goal: the supplanting of all other religions with its own. It also receives a religious tax exemption. (Free Inquiry, winter 1986/87)

    It even calls itself a religion. (The Humanist, Sept. 1984) The title of an article in The Humanist, Feb. 1983, for example, describes the movement as "A Religion for a New Age." In the article, teachers are charged with the role of "preachers ... ministers of another sort."

    http://vftonline.org/Patriarc...

    John Dewey described Humanism as our "common faith." Julian Huxley called it "Religion without Revelation." The first Humanist Manifesto spoke openly of Humanism as a religion. Many other Humanists could be cited who have acknowledged that Humanism is a religion. In...





    Actually it is a religion. The founders of secular Humanism even called it a religion
    Even The USSC says you are wrong

    Torcaso v. Watkins - 367 U.S. 488 (1961)
    Among religions in this country which do not teach what would generally be considered a belief in the existence of God are Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture, Secular Humanism and others. See Washington Ethical Society v. District of Columbia, 101 U.S.App.D.C. 371, 249 F.2d 127; Fellowship of Humanity v. County of Alameda

    Humanism has its own organized belief system, publications and preachers. Like other religions, it also has a goal: the supplanting of all other religions with its own. It also receives a religious tax exemption. (Free Inquiry, winter 1986/87)

    It even calls itself a religion. (The Humanist, Sept. 1984) The title of an article in The Humanist, Feb. 1983, for example, describes the movement as "A Religion for a New Age." In the article, teachers are charged with the role of "preachers ... ministers of another sort."

    http://vftonline.org/Patriarc...

    John Dewey described Humanism as our "common faith." Julian Huxley called it "Religion without Revelation." The first Humanist Manifesto spoke openly of Humanism as a religion. Many other Humanists could be cited who have acknowledged that Humanism is a religion. In fact, claiming that Humanism was "the new religion" was trendy for at least 100 years, perhaps beginning in 1875 with the publication of The Religion of Humanity by Octavius Brooks Frothingham (1822-1895), son of the distinguished Unitarian clergyman, Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham (1793-1870), pastor of the First Unitarian Church of Boston, 1815-1850. In the 1950's, Humanists sought and obtained tax-exempt status as religious organizations. Even the Supreme Court of the United States spoke in 1961 of Secular Humanism as a religion. It was a struggle to get atheism accepted as a religion, but it happened. From 1962-1980 this was not a controversial issue.
    But then Christians began to challenge the "establishment of religion" which Secular Humanism in public schools represented. They used the same tactic Atheists had used to challenge prayer and Bible reading under the "Establishment Clause" of the First Amendment. Now the ACLU is involved. Now the question is controversial. Now Secular Humanists have completely reversed their strategy, and claim that Humanism is not at all religious, but is "scientific."

    This page examines two issues:

    Secular Humanists and Humanistic courts have admitted that Humanism is a religion.
    Why they now claim Humanism is not a religion, in order to avoid problems under the "Establishment Clause" of the First Amendment.
    (more)
  • 3003573 ☆astac☆... 2012/09/09 15:54:00
  • ☆astac☆... 3003573 2012/09/09 16:29:21
    ☆astac☆~PWCM
    The USSC also stated that Secular humanism is a religion, just like any other religion. The secular humanists founders also called secular humanism a religion. While the footnote is not binding, it is used to show how the court came up with their decision. Had the court decided that Secular humanism was not a religion, the person in question would have lost the issue.
  • 3003573 ☆astac☆... 2012/09/09 17:26:00
  • ☆astac☆... 3003573 2012/09/09 17:30:04
    ☆astac☆~PWCM
    Secular humanism is religious, they have a belief structure just like any other religion. This is not an attack on Secular Humanism, this is only pointing out that secular humanism is a belief system.
  • 3003573 ☆astac☆... 2012/09/09 17:37:35 (edited)

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