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Chuck Norris Takes Swipe at Rand & Priases Huckabee

If the Wall Street Republicans and the conservative Republicans don't resolve their differences and work as a TEAM ("together everyone achieves more"), we will go back to having a Democratic majority in Congress and President Barack Obama will be re-elected for another four years.

Ripples began to form last year when then Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul of Kentucky spouted what some say were typical libertarian views but what to others sounded like criticisms of the fixed and firm Civil Rights Act of 1964.

I don't know at this time which Republican candidate running for the presidential seat has the overall qualifications to successfully out-debate Obama, win the presidency and get our country back on the right track. I deeply respect his decision, but I was extremely disappointed when Mike Huckabee announced that he will not be making a presidential run in this election. When I was on the campaign trail with Mike, he was connecting with not only the Republican base but also many liberal-leaning people. Mike had a great mix of African-American and Hispanic followers at his rallies, as well.

http://townhall.com/columnists/chucknorris/2011/05/24/the_se...

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...So is This actor part of

...So is This actor part of the solution or part of the media problem? His disappointment about a republican NOT running vs snide remarks about a Republican senator also NOT running for President is irrelevant to those candidates who ARE running. His attempt to legitimize a personal bias into a political foray is "trash journalism"...so what side of the coin is this actor/activist/columnist really on?