Saturday, November 14, 2009

Send Chuck Norris to the troops for Christmas

From WorldNetDaily
Program dispatches best-selling book to cheer, encourage soldiers Posted: November 13, 2009 ~ 11:40 pm Eastern © 2009 WorldNetDaily Although Gen. John Pershing at one point in his fabled military career observed that "the deadliest weapon in the world is a Marine and his rifle," Marines and members of the other service branches also are regular people – sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, moms and dads. And it is to honor and support these special Americans that an organization called Give2TheTroops dispatches tons of gifts to members of the U.S. military as a matter of routine. The Official Chuck Norris Fact BookFounder Andi Grant told WND that while her organization sends treats and gifts year-round, is it during the upcoming Christmas period when soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen sometimes feel the lowest. "They're not seeing Christmas trees. Sometimes they can't even get tinsel or candy canes," she said. But there is a solution, at least to the issue of making sure troops know they are remembered, honored and supported: With the help of Chuck Norris and Tyndale House Publishing, the WND Superstore is offering to arrange to send our military copies of "The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book" by Chuck Norris himself – and you can help. You know Chuck Norris – the actor whose right and left fists are named "Law" and "Order." The man who was rumored to be dispatched by President Bush to secure the nation's southern border alone. Who reportedly has a sign on the front of his house warning thieves, "We don't call 911." Who in real life is an undefeated world martial arts champion and repeatedly has given of his time and talent to support the nation's men and women in uniform. It's as simple as making a purchase, and the gift will be designated for some special man or woman in service overseas and shipped anonymously, courtesy of you. [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE]
Editor's note to Chuck Norris: Please don't do any push-ups in 2012!
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