Samuel L. Jackson & The F-Bomb

The man uses it like he has a quota or something.

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Lately, he’s using it to rudely tell anyone not voting for Obama they are asleep and should “wake the F#ck Up”.  How civil and classy. It might be mildly funny if Mr. Jackson hadn’t announced the reason why he voted for Obama in an Ebony interview (NY Post via Weasel Zippers):

  “I voted for Barack because he was black. ’Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them,”


Repeatedly using the N-word, Jackson added that Obama’s philosophical presence had been universally appealing: “When it comes down to it, they wouldn’t have elected a [bleep]. Because, what’s a [bleep]? A [bleep] is scary. Obama ain’t scary at all. [Bleeps] don’t have beers at the White House. [Bleeps] don’t let some white dude, while you in the middle of a speech, call [him] a liar. A [bleep] would have stopped the meeting right there and said, ‘Who the [bleep] said that?’ I hope Obama gets scary in the next four years, ’cuz he ain’t gotta worry about getting re-elected.”


Samuel L. Jackson is entertaining. He’s been in a lot of blockbusters and done well in most of them. Of course, he’s had his share of flops too like on a plane with snakes and with a light saber. It’s subjective and just my opinion, but his role as Mace Windu was a case study in wooden acting. Here is a case where the F-bomb is warranted: His acting in Stars was truly f#cking horrible.

Anyway…Reason TV was not about to let Mr. Jackson’sAd for Obama starring a little girl repeatedly exposed to F-bombs go without a rebuttal:

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Samuel L. Jackson would like Obama voters (not all voters) to wake the f#ck up. Well, I’d like Mr. Jackson to take a seat next to  his $150 million dollar net worth and STFU.   Like Mr. Obama, Mr. Jackson has no idea how to relate to anyone who doesn’t think just like him.


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  • UOG

    You see, this is one thing that is exactly wrong with the performers (actors, actresses, singers, dancers, artists, song writers, etc.). We like/love/appreciate them for their work. But they come to think that we give a shit about what they think.

    Hell no.

    • mariedefr

      What ever respect I had for
      Samuel L. Jackson, probably have gone out of the window. Based on an interview
      with Ebony Magazine, Jackson stated:
      “I voted for Barack because he’s black. ‘Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people, because they look like them … That’s American politics, pure and simple. [Obama’s] message didn’t mean [bleep] to me.”
      I suppose when you’re a wealthy Hollywood superstar, a message may mean [bleep] for you, since you really don’t worry about the average joe. Just in case you’re asking yourself Mr. Jackson, I’ve never ever voted NOT ONCE voted for candidate according to their skin color. I would love it if President Obama was a great leader, and could turn the united states around. But unfortunately, obama is really a awful president; among the worse president’s ever, that happens to be the 1st black president.
      my blog

  • Wild_Willie

    I say the republicans should run this ad all the time to demonstrate the backstory to this loser in chief. This ad does not help Obama at all but Jackson thinks he is really making a point. He did, but one of ignorance. ww

  • GarandFan

    Sounds like Mr Jackson is a closet RACIST! Perhaps he should re-read (if he’s ever even read it) Dr Kings speech about judging someone by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Oh wait…..

  • Commander_Chico_Cognoscente

    Great video by Reason, I agree with it totally.

    Somehow I doubt Romney will consider innocent civilians in Pakistan, or anywhere else, with his crew of warmonger advisors and torture advocates, though.

    That’s why I’m voting for Gary Johnson – the torture, war, police and surveillance state must end if America is to be free again.

    • lasveraneras

      Voting for Gary Johnson?!? LOL! The libertarian CATO Institute reports
      on a Reason-Rupe poll of likely libertarian voters. Here’s the result:

      Romney 70%
      Obama 13%
      Johnson 14%
      Other 3%

      WTF! Johnson can’t even poll one-fifth of his own supposed base! Again, a big fat LOL.

      And why not, you ask?

      Well, these might be some of the reasons.

      Johnson’s statement on the Libya “embassy” disaster. “What U.S.
      interest is being served by putting our people – and our money – in places where U.S. personnel can be killed by extremists over a video?” Apparently, he got the memo from the Obama WH to follow the party line and blame the effing video for the f-up! Yep, really CinC material. What a clown!

      And unlike
      Ron Paul, who walks the talk, Johnson’s Libertarian campaign funding is
      running on 20:1 leverage, i.e. he’s in debt up to his eyeballs. And
      he’s going to handle our deficit and debt problems and tame the banking-Fed
      financial cartel! Again, LOL!

      And you ask, what is his position
      on “environmentalist,” one of the principle sticks used by one-world
      statists to beat individual freedom until it’s bruised and bloody? Here
      are some phrases taken from his Facebook page on the subject. “”We have to force people to do the right thing” and “it’s a government function to control the fringe.” Yeah, a committed libertarian.

      he wishes to legislate in favor of gay marriage. Excuse me, how is
      this libertarian? His policy should be to get the state out of marriage
      entirely. For example, he could advocate that each church uses it’s own criteria for marriage and asks nothing more than a copy of a partnership or
      marriage contract acceptable to the parties and against which the legal
      system can arbitrate.

      We could go on here, but suffice it to say
      Johnson is not only a fake libertarian, i.e. a wolf, or career politician, in sheep’s clothing, but a
      guy who doesn’t even understand how to create the illusion he can match libertarian ideas to policy

      If you really are libertarian, which we would all agree is seriously doubtful, wake up to the reality of who you supposedly are voting for.

      • Jwb10001

        Chico is not a libertarian he is a liberal period.

        • warnertoddhuston

          I wish you guys wouldn’t try to dissuade Commander_Cheapo from throwing his vote away on the Losertarian, Johnson. Every liberal like Cheapo not voting for Commie-Obamie is a good thing.

          • Jwb10001

            Actually I suppose you’re right we keep forgetting he’s a liberal not a libertarian, we can see from the above post if he were a libertarian his vote switch would be to Romney not Obama but there you go…

          • jim_m

            Chico also believes that anyone who supports a strong foreign policy and national defense posture (like Reagan) is a warmonger and that no one who has not served (potentially, no one who has not served in combat) has any right to opine on matters of national security, defense and the military.

          • Jwb10001

            Funny how that chickhawk lable never seems to find its way to Obama though isn’t it?

          • jim_m

            No doubt. Funny how the Peace Prize winner has had more soldiers killed in Afghanistan than Bush did. Funny how he loves to kill people with drones. Funny how he has supported a radical islamic takeover in the middle east and is allowing Iran to develop nukes unimpeded.

            There is little that Chico will ever criticize obama for, but he will readily accuse and criticize anyone else for the same behavior.

          • Jwb10001

            Isn’t there a name for that behavior?

          • 914

            Hypocritical projectionist come’s to mind.

      • Commander_Chico_Cognoscente

        What are you talking about? Johnson was a successful businessman who built a large construction company before he was a two-term (term limited) Governor of New Mexico.

        You may feel that Romney will do anything but bring back torture, start a war with Iran, and strengthen the police/surveillance state. I’m not playing, just as Obama has forfeited my vote. To hell with both of them, they’re taking to USA to hell.

        . . . voting for any of the two major party candidates for president this year is clearly impossible for anti-interventionists, whether they be of the left or the right. The reason is because the voter who casts his ballot for a candidate who then unleashes, say, a horrific and unjustifiable war, must take full moral responsibility for the consequences, i.e. the deaths, the damage to our liberties, etc.

        • Jwb10001

          Blah Blah Blah…. Johnson is a non entity in presidential politics voting for him is the same as voting for santa clause. You are not credible with your arguments because you are so inconsistent.

          • Commander_Chico_Cognoscente

            OK, make the case for voting for Romney then.

          • 914

            $4.00 a gallon gas and 13% unemployment and 22 trillion in unfunded liabilities.

  • Carl

    Yeah, you don’t need to explain why Romney is right for the job.

    Anyone but Obama, remember?

    Sure — just give people a reason to NOT vote for Obama and they’ll see the light.

    Wew! Sure glad Wizbang was here to save our nation…. from a Republican in the White House.

    Cause racists just got to know that some black people voted for Obama just because he’s black! That way the white racists who were going to vote for Obama will now have reason to reconsider.

    Bombshell, baby. Wizbang drops another bombshell. Too bad there’s nobody running against Obama….

    • jim_m

      I guarantee you carl that more blacks voted for obama because of his race than whites voted against him for the same reason. You know why? Because the people who are all hung up on color are all on the left. The rest of us actually try to look at the quality of the man. You can’t see beyond his skin color. That is why you are a racist.

      • whoitbe

        I would respectfully disagree. First younger people believed what he said about hope and change. They’ve lost that now. The only hope they have now is that they still have a little change in their pockets. There was another faction out there that believed he wasn’t going to raise taxes on them, but now that they’ve read Obamacare, they also see that isn’t true.

        There are two levels of black and Latinos. The first level is a really good people who work just as you and I and wanted something better than hotdogs! The second are the ones that have their hand out while they sit on their butts for the government to pay them to sit. You know the type, the one that talks about Obama gives them a cell phone!

        Obama isn’t like the other Black angry leaders, he smiles and makes one believe every word he says. Well people are learning and hopefully after the debates more knowledge will be gained.

      • Brian_R_Allen

        …. I guarantee you, Carl, that more blacks voted for Zero because of his skin color than whites voted against him for the same reason ….

        And I’ll guarantee you, Jim_M, that more whites voted FOR Zero because of his skin color than whites voted against him based on it.

    • retired.military

      ‘just give people a reason to NOT vote for Obama ”

      Obama has given us plenty of reasons to not vote for him.

    • 914

      You are angry as well as ignorant SpongeCarl racepants..

  • warnertoddhuston

    Who knew that Sammy Jackson could be such an outright liar?

  • Carl

    “I guarantee you carl that more blacks voted for obama because of his
    race than whites voted against him for the same reason. You know why?”

    Do I know why you think black people aren’t smart enough to choose the best candidate – and just vote based on color?

    Because you’re a racist?

    And I disagree with your “assessment.” I think that, in terms of gross
    numbers, more white racists voted against Obama than black racists voted for him.

    If you want to suggest that many of the white racists would never vote for a Democrat, regardless of color, you’ve got a point. White supremacist always align with the GOP.. That why right wing bloggers play up to white racists so much, and why it is so common to see bigoted remarks on right wing blogs.

    Embrace your hateful base, jim. It’s not who you are, but it’s who your party has become.

    • jim_m

      I base my assumptions on the many blacks who have publicly stated that they voted for him because he is black. I also base it on the indisputable fact that blacks voted in far greater percentages than ever before for any other candidate. If you want to call this racism, then be my guest.

      I did not suggest that many white racists would not vote for a dem. I never suggested that at all. In fact my position is that many white racists ARE in fact democrats and the whole point (in fact a point strongly promoted by the dems) was that you HAD to vote for obama in order to prove that you were not racist,

      And if you are ignorant enough to take a far left magazine article blaming the GOP for being racist with no other evidence other than ideology then it just goes to show that you truly are an ignorant fool. You are also every bit the racist i have said because you only see race and you are utterly incapable of seeing the quality of the person underneath the skin.

      • Carl

        And because white racists rarely announce their racism publicly you are pretending they don’t exist.

        And you’re talking out of your ass again, claiming I can’t see past skin color. And you know this because – oh yeah, you’re a racist. That gives you supernatural powers to read minds.

        Boy, catch a racist by the toe and man, do they scream, projecting their racism on everybody around them.

        And those ignorant whites who voted for Obama? Oh, their racists too.

        You’re an ignorant slob, Jim. Just a loud mouth slob.

        • jim_m

          And because white racists rarely announce their racism publicly you are pretending they don’t exist.

          Really? George Wallace sure did. SO did Robert Byrd. So did many other dems. In contrast many republicans were lynched for standing up for voter’s rights and civil rights. You won’t find many white dems who died for the civil rights movement.

          • Jwb10001

            Pointless to talk about race with people like Carl they think that disagreeing with a black president is racist, that shows you how much they know about racism.

          • Vagabond661

            If carl thinks that the reason we disagree with Obama’s policies is because he is black, wouldn’t that make carl racist?

    • retired.military

      Here we go with the race card again. Geez what a suprise. Never mind that Obama got like 97% of the black vote in 08 and you have several prominent african americans saying they are voting for Obama because he is black.

      Nope. Facts dont matter. Just accusations of racism.

  • whoitbe

    Samuel, Samuel, Samuel. Really have liked you as an actor. You do see the past tense in the previous phase…Please don’t cross over to a politician. Your opinion is nothing more than that, an opinion. Hope you enjoy the money you earned with your F spot. I’m sure a candidate such as Romney who is genuine, really good, and nice guy with great morals and a great business sense wouldn’t pay for such as ad. Thank God!

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  • Jay

    Whoa there Hoss…

    You forgot the next part of the quote:

    voted for Barack because he was black. ’Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them,”

    That’s American politics pure and simple. [Obama’s] message didn’t mean [anything] to me. In the end, he’s a politician. I just hoped he would do some of what he said he was gonna do. I know politicians… Lie cuz they wanna get elected