Samuel L. Jackson stars in profanity filled pro-Obama Super PAC video
The big buzz online Thursday is a new video featuring Samuel L. Jackson badmouthing Mitt Romney with a Dr. Seuss-style yarn -- and of course, it features tons of profanity. The Juice* doesn't care which way you lean politically, but you have to agree, this is the most unbelievable Super PAC ad ever.
The video, titled "Wake The F--- Up," is produced by the Jewish Council for Education & Research, according to Slate, and features Jackson going on a quest to edcate a girl's family about why voting for Barack Obama is important. The ad deliberately draws from one of Sammy J.'s previous projects, reading the satirical children's book (for adults), Go the F--- to Sleep by Adam Mansbach. (Watch it above, with the naughty parts bleeped out.)
Mansbach even wrote the script, which features Jackson telling a teen, "And how about that student loan overhaul, it's gonna save you thousands of bucks; Mitt will cut that s--- in a second! Hey dude, wake the f--- up" and Samuel addressing two amorous senior citizens with this exchange about Romney and Paul Ryan: "Ask the fact-checkers, those two are fact-duckers." "What do you want us to do?" "Say hell no, mother f---ers!"
The 3-minute, 41-second video directs viewers to wtfu2012.com, which features further verses. We can only hope for a sequel, or better yet, a retort from the GOP featuring Clint Eastwood talking to an empty chair. Wait, they may have tried that.