Wake The F*ck Up: A Samuel L Jackson Obama Ad

Submitted by: muert 4 years ago

A Samuel L Jackson bedtime story. Also Politics.
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Male 15,832
[quote]and asks why aircraft haven`t got opening windows. kinda worries me[/quote]
Sounds like you`ve never flown in anything smaller than a flying cattle car, aka, Airbus. Lots of small planes have windows that open.
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Male 7,378
OK so there`s a pretty obvious difference between right / left hollywood and our perceptions of stars. Look at you conservatives hating on Bad Ass MFer. May I remind you of Ezekiel 25:17? The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men?
I`ll have you know, I was similarly affected by Clint Eastwood but I don`t hate him for it. Because you know, It`s a hell of a thing killing a man... You take away all he`s got, and all he`s ever gonna` have.
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Male 10,855
It`s funny how Samuel L Jackson overlooks the fact that because of the tremendous availability of money that tuition is actually higher.

Of course it`s Samuel L Jackson.
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Male 3,445
`His policies have put more people into poverty than ever before.`

I think we found the reason you scored 51% Obama on the alignment quiz.
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Male 4,392
@Crakrjak, "markust: So you revert to a blog to `prove` those promises wrong? Weak sauce. Obama did indeed make those 5 promises and many more that he didn`t keep."

A real man man would have admitted to being caught red handed plagiarizing "your" 5 points word for word. But you are a snake and doubled down on your BS. You are going back on my ignore list.
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Male 14,797
My wife wants to know if he`s supporting Obama.

My 5 year old said "What the F_CK!? He said your favourite swearword."

It`s family night on IAB
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Male 10,339
This is the electoral college. Percentages don`t matter. Ask Al Gore.
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Male 7,378
Landslide is measured by the percentage not the number of states but again, nice try.
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Male 10,339
Madest. That`s what she said, verbatim.

Also, I know what a landslide is. what you said was "You`re in for the biggest landslide loss in modern history."

That`d be Reagan vs. Mondale in 1984. 49 states for Reagan to 1 for Mondale (Minnesota). In order for Obama to best that, which you have predicted, he would have to go 50 for 50. Like I said, by your own words, if he doesn`t do that, you lose.
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Male 7,378
Good English McGovern. Making your side look smart and sharp as always. You can learn the truth about your nonsense here.

@AJ, You don`t know the definition of "landslide".
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Male 14,332
Male 10,339
Okay Madest. 50 state landslide or you lose.
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Male 7,378
Looking forward to gloating on November 7th.
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Male 17,512
madest: You`re in for the biggest landslide loss in modern history. Sucks to be you."

You poor deluded fool. I really pity you.

Denial is not a river in Egypt, but you`ll be floating on a river of it come November.
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Male 17,512
markust: So you revert to a blog to `prove` those promises wrong? Weak sauce. Obama did indeed make those 5 promises and many more that he didn`t keep.

He didn`t create 5 million energy jobs.

Health care premiums are going up, not down.

Foreclosures are still a major problem.

He`s raised the deficit by $6 Trillion, not lowered it.

His policies have put more people into poverty than ever before. 43 months of unemployment over 8%, 46.7 million people on food stamps, tens of millions underemployed, etc.. etc..
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Male 15
HAVEN`T YOU SEEN MY MOVIES !!!! JUICE.. THAT`S A GOOD ONE.....IT`S GOOD dratING BEER ...SAMU-L-JACKSON
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Male 10,339
"Except of course Romney who wants to increase the retirement age beyond 67."

When retirement was set at 67, life expectancy was somewhere around 72.

Base retirement should be 5 years before recognized life expectancy, period.
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Male 10,339
"Your team is losing"

My team is America, so yeah, you`re right.
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Male 13,624
Looking from across the pond this Romney chap is a fair bit of a plonker, has trouble spelling his own countrys name, and asks why aircraft haven`t got opening windows. kinda worries me
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Male 10,339
@Madest: "You`re in for the biggest landslide loss in modern history. Sucks to be you."

Reagan won 49 states to 1 in 1984. That will never happen again.
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Male 787
*67
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Male 787
No one is after your money Ollie. Except of course Romney who wants to increase the retirement age beyond 62.

Your always witty and funny, sure. But sometimes I ask myself if you`ve ever tried to use the website for serious info hunting. I know your older but I hate having to counter propaganda with facts at every turn I see it. It becomes a chore. Do your own homework.
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Male 15,832
SLJ`s worth about $160 mil. He needs to spread HIS wealth around before he comes after mine.
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Male 676
Another "big bad wolf" scare tactic. Of course he will have the support of Hollywood, they don`t live in the same world that most of us do. Think ole Sambo worries about the price of gas? How can you support a candidate that is basically telling you " I know I screwed up the last four years, but if you elect this other guy, he will be even worse?" It blows me away that a president that is such a failure, has so much support. This is part of the answer. Think for yourselves people. Are you happy with the economy? Price of food, gas? Housing market? Foreign policy? Most of the jobs lost being medium wage jobs, vs. most created are low wage? That`s what we do in this country. Give someone a try, we think will do a good jod. When they fail to do so, you elect someone else. The democratic party is running a "boogey man" campaign. Whereas, we don`t need to be told what kind of president obama is. Dems and libs need to wake up.
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Male 802
How did celebrity endorsements of politics become a thing? Do people really want to sell political agendas like they were iPhones, Pontiacs or Krystal Hamburgers?
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Female 1,803
"5 BIG promises he failed at horribly." IF he said those things, could he have predicted at the time the concerted effort of the GOP to block EVERYTHING Obama tried to do, including things that republicans were originally fully in agreement with? Blocking everything with filibustering while the Dems had the majority and then simply voting no for everything when the tea party got in.
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Male 3,445
`Promise #2, he claimed that, by the end of the first term, his healthcare plan, would quote, "bring down premiums by $2,500 for the typical family." `

I`m pretty sure you`re misrepresenting what he said. What he actually said, as far as I can tell, is that he would ultimately bring down health care costs $2500 for the typical family, and that his plan would be in place by the end of his first term. I see nothing that makes it apparent he promised that figure BY the end of his first term.

Here are some links in which the statement is made:
New York Times
Jake Tapper (ABC)
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Male 4,392
Nice plagiarizing Crakrjak. You stole those points word for word from Bernard Goldberg`s interview on The O`Reilly Factor. I`m sorry, what were you saying about being impartial?

Since you are being so lazy I`ll do the same and let this partisan blog I have never heard of fact check "your" 5 points.
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Male 4,392
And Newt Gingrich promised to establish a permanent base on the moon by 2020 if he`s elected president. What`s your point?

Sorry, I`m not going to take you serious if you completely dismiss a non-partisan fact checking site.
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Male 17,512
markust: Sorry politifact doesn`t count as impartial.

5 BIG promises he failed at horribly.

Promise #1, as a candidate, Barack Obama promised to create five million new energy jobs alone. Just 5 million energy jobs.

Promise #2, he claimed that, by the end of the first term, his healthcare plan, would quote, "bring down premiums by $2,500 for the typical family."

Promise #3, he guaranteed that his financial rescue plan would help stop foreclosures.

Promise #4, in the first year of his presidency, he pledged, quote, "to cut the deficit we inherited in half by the end of my first term in office."

Promise #5, he said he would, quote, "lift two million Americans from poverty" and, quote, "jolt our economy back to life."
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Male 3,445
@Misfit-Mutt:

Look, I agree that the parties are a joke and that`s why I`ve been registered independent since I was 18. But Americans really need to be more mature about our system. The nature of self-governance means lots of unsatisfied voters, because there is an opposition and compromise is the only solution much of the time. So change is inherently slow.

What really gets me is that Americans overwhelmingly voted Obama into power in 2008. Much of his campaign was run on health care reform. So what happens when he actually implements health care reform? People freak out. And the health care reform we got was also a compromise. His original plan was closer to "socialized health care" than it is currently, but that doesn`t stop people from running around like chickens with their heads cut off.

Ironically, many of these same people are less concerned about his more frightening Orwellian policies, such as drone strikes and the NDAA.
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Male 4,392
"Cute but Obama hardly kept his word."

Actually he has done a pretty good job keeping his word.
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Female 349
Cute but Obama hardly kept his word. The two party cystem is a fu.cking joke. Although I saw much fault with RP he would have made the lesser of the evils. It`s not going to be good either way. I enormously dislike both parties and how they work. Republicans work on greed and religion. Democrats with reckless charity, and too much federal action. It`s all a good ol` boys club. It`s not like RP ever really had much of a chance. But whatever. He was sketchy. This election makes me feel gross.
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Male 4,392
"That`s called `racism` "

No, actually it is not. Nice projection though.
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Female 349
Cute but Obama hardly kept his word. The two party cystem is a fu.cking joke. Although I saw much fault with RP he would have made the lesser of the evils. It`s not going to be good either way. I enormously dislike both parties and how they work. Republicans work on greed and religion. Democrats with reckless charity, and too much federal action. It`s all a good ol` boys club. It`s not like RP ever really had much of a chance. But whatever. He was sketchy. This election makes me feel gross.
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Male 359
"Way left" Hehehehe. He is not way left. He is only left relative to the republicans. I am way left. Obama, not so much. Source
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Male 1,083
reminds me of this
Wake the F*ck Up
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Male 7,636
markust123-"are you implying that all these African Americans voted for the first time"

Learn to read. I didn`t say anything about `first time`.

markust123-"They came out in droves and voted for him because he was like them."

i.e. `because he was black and/or not white`. That`s called `racism`.

markust123-"And he was good."

No, he was inexperienced, way left and a horrible choice, and has proven to be a lousy president (while blaming it all on Bush).
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Male 4,392
"I wouldn`t count your chickens quite yet. Ask yourself why PBO`s been campaigning these last few days in states he supposedly has wrapped up already."

Because only an idiot would stop campaigning because he is ahead. He even campaigns in Washington State and we are a solid win.
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Male 4,392
@MeGrendel, are you implying that all these African Americans voted for the first time because they are racist? That is ridiculous. They came out in droves and voted for him because he was like them. Tears were coming down their faces the night he was elected.

I guess I did lead you on with my "Or not black?" statement. But I doubt very much the black voters were thinking about voting against the white guy. They were about as proud of their candidate as you can ever be. He was their candidate. And he was good.
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Male 7,378
Stop doubting the polls. Your team is losing because they are bereft of ideas and their nominee is plastic.
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Male 2,423
I wouldn`t count your chickens quite yet. Ask yourself why PBO`s been campaigning these last few days in states he supposedly has wrapped up already.
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Male 7,378
Will the Mormons who vote for Romney be considered racist to the people calling blacks who voted for Obama racist?
Such a nonsense position. Obama was not the first black man to run for president. He was a great candidate that is about to get more white voters this time than he received last time.
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Male 7,636
markust123-"How many white people voted for McCain because he was white? Or not black? "

A much lower percentage than blacks who voted for Obama because he was black. Or not white.

Percent of Whites who voted for McCain: 55%
Percent of Blacks who voted for Obama: 95%

Which sounds more racist to you? (I know, your brainwashed kneejerk reaction will scream `WHITES IS RACIST!!!`)
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Male 7,378
OK well this time the VP on the tax cheaters side lies about everything from medicare to marathon times. Whats the difference?
You get a lot of jollies calling black people racist so just letting you know that you can take solace in the fact that Romney will get both Herman Cain and Michael Steeles vote.
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Male 14,332
@madest

ROFL except I did cause the other option was Palin potentially running the show! Two choices suck balls!!
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Male 206
That was humorous. My opinion? Neither candidate is a good choice. The entire government needs removed. It needs to be started over. This democracy is long in the tooth and it`s time for it to end and start anew. I wonder if I`ll be around during the interlude of anarchy. Hmmmm...that`d be interesting to see, I suppose.
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Male 7,378
McGovern would never vote for a black man so his fake outrage is laughable.
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Male 14,332
@markust123

How many black people voted Mcain??? Pffft I didn`t even vote for him! But it would be entertaining to ask why are you voting Obama to said demographic bet it would show you something!
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Female 1,803
"Yes, let`s spend money making a mini-movie to gloss over the fact that Obama`s effed the country up in his four years in office. At least Romney`s ads are about his stances and not on mock-movies about how bad Obama is. Effing Hollywood."

Unless you`re a millionaire, you`re the typical white guy who votes GOP against his best interests. The guy who believes all the gloom and doom BS on Fox News and Rush Limbaugh radio. Ever hear of the mock-movie "2016: Obama`s America"? I call it a mock movie because it is full of distorted quotes and all-out lies. Romney`s ads are constantly called out to be lies about Obama by any people who bother to fact check them. Step out of the bubble once in a while.
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Male 2,737
I hope Obama wins. I want Martial Law to control me and take away my freedom to post on IAB.
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Male 2,423
This is the man who did Snakes on a Plane.
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Male 4,392
"I voted for Barack because he was black," Jackson confessed."Cuz that`s why other folks vote for other people because they look like them."

What a shocker. How many white people voted for McCain because he was white? Or not black?
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Male 4,392
Gallup is the only poll I trust. Obama currently has a 50% Job Approval and he leads Romney by 6 points. With swing state Iowa already starting in-person early voting Romney is toast. Sorry conservatives but you are looking at a 332 victory by Obama. You can place the blame squarely on the extremes of your party. Because of them your good candidates wouldn`t run, leaving you with an awkward loser. I won`t say he was the best of the bunch though. The extremes drowned out your best choice: Jon Huntsman.
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Male 14,332
Samuel Jackson in the March issue of ebony:

"I voted for Barack because he was black," Jackson confessed."Cuz that`s why other folks vote for other people—because they look like them."

Wake the f**k up indeed.
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Female 2,549
Love it :-)
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Male 1,471
"Yes, let`s spend money making a mini-movie to gloss over the fact that Obama`s effed the country up in his four years in office. At least Romney`s ads are about his stances and not on mock-movies about how bad Obama is. Effing Hollywood."

That is quite possibly the funniest thing i`ve ever read! xP..

You were being sarcastic... right ?
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Male 3,445
I hate Super PACS, but at least that ad was entertaining.
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Male 616
Wow, what an a$$hole.
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Male 718
F-UCK Obama and F-UCK Sam Jackson
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Male 1,397
Obama 2012! I just can`t wait any longer for WW3!
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Male 4,392
Best political ad ever!
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Male 7,378
You sour puss republicans better hang on to your bootstraps. You`re in for the biggest landslide loss in modern history. Sucks to be you.
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Male 359
My first thought was it was a better produced answer to Clint Eastwood`s crazy chair rant.
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Male 820
Lie lie swear lie swear lib-exageration swear lie. Summed it up for you.
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Male 10,339
WAKE THE F-CK UP OR A BLACK MAN WON`T GET RE-ELECTED!
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Male 2,552
Yes, let`s spend money making a mini-movie to gloss over the fact that Obama`s effed the country up in his four years in office. At least Romney`s ads are about his stances and not on mock-movies about how bad Obama is. Effing Hollywood.
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Male 2,670
Well done!
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Male 2,423
Say "wake the f--k up" again. SAY "wake the f--k up" again!
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Male 359
Link: Wake The F*ck Up: A Samuel L Jackson Obama Ad [Rate Link] - A Samuel L Jackson bedtime story. Also Politics.
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