“What bothers me the most about ‘The Expendables 2′ was the producers’ apparent willingness to acquiesce to Norris’ demand that the movie’s language needed to be toned down or he wouldn’t participate in the film… Norris, who has written several Christian-themed books and is a voice of the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools, isn’t OK with swearing being in a film but is perfectly fine with killing dozens of nameless bad guys with a gigantic automatic weapon, leaving nothing but a trail of blood and body parts in his wake.
“Why is Norris’ god perfectly fine with this obvious dichotomy? If you are going to be Mr. Super Christian Extraordinaire, that’s fine, but at least remain consistent. Sadly with Norris, his hypocrisy knows no bounds.
“Isn’t it funny how a guy who is so religious and devout is also the father of a daughter who was the result of an extramarital affair, as revealed on Entertainment Tonight back in 2004?
“I’m pretty sure that if the imaginary man in the sky has a problem with swearing, he probably doesn’t appreciate adultery either. It never ceases to amaze me how the people who most attempt to indoctrinate other people to ‘the word’ are often the biggest deceivers themselves.”
— Gery Wachovsky
“Chuck Norris’ swearing to never swear makes him less badass”
Daily 49er, September 16, 2012
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