Friday, February 24, 2012

A Bridge Too Far

Chuck Norris attempts to bite victim in front of Masonic imagery

Oh bless my DNA.
How long has it been since we have thrown mudpies at Chuckie?
Apparently Norris, also known as "Prime Chuck" or simply "Chump" is so famous in far away Bratislava that he just may have a famous bridge named after him:

From Reuters news, via Raw Story

"BRATISLAVA (Reuters) – Slovaks have been voting overwhelmingly in favor of naming a new pedestrian and cycling bridge near their capital for 1980s action film and TV star Chuck Norris.

The two other top names in the running for the bridge, which will span the Morava river and cross the border to Austria, were Maria Theresa after an Austro-Hungarian empress and the Devinska cycling bridge in honour of the closest village."
"The final decision will be up to a regional assembly. But regional Governor Pavol Freso has said it would follow the wishes of the people in the Internet ballot where Norris leads as the top choice for the bridge’s name."
"The voting will run until April. As of Thursday, 1,157 votes have backed Norris, 74 percent of the total, leaving the runner up ‘Maria Theresa Bridge’ far behind with 8 percent."

Well, as far as I'm concerned, Chuck might just as well move to Bratislava.
After all, he actively supported the movement for Texas to secede from the United States:

“In what could be the most egregious misuse of his Chuck Norris powers” since he endorsed Mike Huckabee, said Edward Ericson Jr. in the Baltimore City Paper, the martial artist and TV star suggested that Texas was ripe to secede from the union, that he ‘may run for President’ of the Republic of Texas, and that there are thousands of “right-wing ‘cells’” ready to follow radio host Glen Beck’s marching orders."
“Texas tried to cut out once already,” with the rest of the Confederacy, said Bud Kennedy in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and it was an epic failure. Norris’ main beef seems to be that we have “a secular government,” and he blames both parties. “Gosh.” Well, before we get all excited and “gather arms to establish One Nation Under Chuck,” we should check his eligibility: He may be a Texas Ranger, but he’s also a native-born Oklahoman."

Actually, it would be just fine for me if the entire state of Texass moved to Bratislava...


Steven Seagal said...

He also supports Newt:

""We truly 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..."

Dojo Rat said...

You'd think Chump would be a Santorum freak.
Newt and "humility" in the same sentence?


Chump Norris said...

I'm Chump Norris and I approve this message.