Friday, January 4, 2008


First things i right in actually thinking that's Chuck Norris standing behind Huckabee in all Iowa...i was watching his speech and then all of a sudden i had a slight out of body moment... IS THAT CHUCK NORRIS? yes i believe it is.


The Ike and Tina Turner Story is like the best cd ever. I mean ever!

nyom nyom i think i'm getting hungry... plus have not really thought about this post in anyway, chuck norris has apparently been on my mind.

just saw a very very weird ad, for a tv3 thing about pushy parents, who dress up their kids and get all fake tanned and all...weird

1 comment:

Ian said...

Bit late for this perhaps but ...

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Fresh off endorsing Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee last month, actor Chuck Norris has penned a fundraising e-mail Tuesday on behalf of the Arkansas Republican, and he's making several demands.

"The first thing I need you to do today is make a contribution in support of Mike Huckabee's campaign," the "Walker Texas Ranger" star writes in the e-mail carrying the subject “Mike Huckabee is Chuck Norris approved”.

"The second thing I need you to do today is ask at least one friend to make a contribution to Mike's campaign," Norris continues. "The third and final thing I need you to do today is to tell your friends and family members that aren't able to contribute at this time to Mike's campaign to at least sign up for his email updates."

Norris endorsed Huckabee late last month, declaring in his online column, "I believe the only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee."

Huckabee registered 10 percent in the latest national CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll of registered Republicans. But the former Arkansas governor is doing considerably better in the early-voting state of Iowa. The latest American Research Group poll of likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers places him in second place with 19 percent — trailing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney by 8 percentage points.