Chuck Norris Endorses Gingrich. Is it All Over?
The GOP Presidential Candidate field just got a combined sphincter tightening, as the endorsement to end all endorsements arrived for none other than Newt Gingrich.
Throwing his 80 million gallon cowboy hat into the Presidential endorsement ring is none other than Chuck Norris himself.
The man with a third fist under his beard. The one who needs a bucket and a gun to donate blood. The man who counted to infinity. Twice. You know, that Chuck Norris.
Was it because Newt seemed to grow a pair during last night’s largely one-way testosterone-filled spitfire exchange between Gingrich and Republican Debate moderator John King of CNN? Was it because of recent allegations that “the Newt” needs more than one woman in his life to satisfy his "presidential aspirations"?
Either way, to Conservative shoot-em-up movie buffs who long for the heady days when constitutional rights were won at the end of a battle axe, this is the King of Endorsements.
Or, is it? As I recall, when former candidate Mike Huckabee got the nod from Walker, Texas Ranger, fear of going against the bearded one apparently wasn't enough to put the Huckster over the top.
“We believe Newt’s experience, leadership, knowledge, wisdom, faith and even humility to learn from his failures (personal and public) can return America to her glory days," said Norris in an interview with World Net Daily, a right-leaning news publication.
We? Has Norris moved up to Papal status, referring to himself in the third person?
Taking a page from the popular television show Survivor, Norris added that Gingrich “is the best man left on the battlefield who is able to outwit, outplay and outlast Obama and his campaign machine."
Gingrich was quick to accept Norris’ endorsement, tweeting:Continued on the next page