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Chuck Norris: America is at a tipping point

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 6, 2012

Chuck Norris and his wife Tina recorded this video to urge conservatives to vote in this election.

Video retrieved from MrNorrisVideos.

In it,  Mrs. Norris mentions that 30 million evangelical Christians did not vote in 2008 and that Obama won by 10 million votes.

This has reminded me of a letter that Pastor Steve Foss wrote before the 2008 election in which he recounted what He believed that God had told him in January 2000 about that election.

Every detail that God gave me has come to pass exactly as He said. Now there is one more important thing that God spoke to me. This is the purpose and the reason I am writing this e-mail today. God spoke to me that after George W Bush, America would elect its most ungodly president ever. I’m going to say that again. God spoke to me that after George W. Bush, America would elect its most ungodly president ever.

[…]

Now in 2006 I began to ask the Lord, “Is that guaranteed to happen in 2008?” He spoke to me very clearly and gave me the key words to what I believe holds this election in the balance right now. He gave me these key words that can forever change what is about to happen in America.

.He said, “It depends on the Christians.”

So it is imperative that people of faith vote today in this crucial election that will literally determine the future of our country.  Governor Palin talked to Greta van Susteren last night about the importance of the evangelical vote.

Video retrieved from sarahnettoo.

As Americans, it is our responsibility to exercise our right to vote.  Every vote counts in this very close election.  Please vote today for candidates who represent conservative values and biblical principles and encourage others to do so as well!

UPDATE:

From Ralph Z. Hallo’s article at the Washington Times yesterday (h/tp Josh Painter):

Evangelical organizers from as far away as California have been quietly mining Ohio pastors and their pews for evangelical voters, hoping to tip the election Mitt Romney’s way, just as they did for President George W. Bush in 2004.

Largely ignored by the press in the 2004 campaign, those evangelical voters became the story of that year’s election, spawning a renewed emphasis by both parties on so-called “values voters.” After a big drop in turnout in 2008, they are riding under the radar again — and Republicans say their bloc could be the deciding factor.

“In 2008, too many evangelical voters stayed home and the ‘Reagan Democrats’ stayed with Barack Obama,” said Ken Blackwell, a Republican evangelical who was the Ohio secretary of state when Mr. Bush narrowly won re-election, thanks to efforts by Mr. Blackwell and others to find and motivate Christian first-time voters in Ohio, mainly in the state’s western counties.

Mr. Blackwell predicted that evangelicals this year “will surpass their 2004 turnout for Bush, and that, coupled with the movement of Reagan Democrats away from Obama, will provide Romney a winning edge.”

[…]

This year, the election in Ohio is about reactivating evangelical and Catholic voters who were missing in 2008, religious activists in the state said.

Among the army of religious forces playing roles are David Lane’s Los Angeles-based Pastors and Pews, Tony Perkins’ Washington-based Family Research CouncilRalph Reed’s Atlanta-based Faith and Freedom Coalition, and Phil Burres‘ Cincinnati-based Citizens for Community Values.

[…]

Columbus-based pollster and Republican campaign strategist Brett A. Sciotto said he sees evidence of a major religious conservative push in his state.

“Direct mail, emails, a lot of folks saying their children are coming home from private Christian schools talking about voting for Romney and, of course, the evangelical organizations I am in touch with are all pushing Romney hard,” Mr. Sciotto said. “It is my sense, without any polling, that the Christian right is all in for Romney and [is] not holding back because of the Mormonism — simply because of the president’s stance on certain social issues.”

Mr. Sciotto said he isn’t sure the push “is as coordinated as it was in 2004, but it certainly seems like the noise level is about the same.”

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