Actor and martial arts expert Chuck Norris released an anti-Obama "Get out the Vote" video over the weekend, encouraging like-minded individuals to head to the polls this November. "We are here to talk about a growing concern we all share," says Norris in the YouTube clip. "If we look to history, our great country and freedom are under attack."
According to Time, Norris hopes the video will revive the Republican Party. Norris and his wife, Gena Norris, tell viewers that too many party members stayed home during the 2008 race between Obama and Sen. John McCain, allowing Obama to win. Check the YouTube promo below:
Whether or not you agree with Norris' opinion, you've got to admit his video is not the best. The camera is shaky, his voice sounds uneasy and his wife's nods and comments seem a bit too contrived. He probably should have just handed out campaign giveaways instead.
Does anybody else think Norris has overestimated the power of his celebrity?