Samuel L. Jackson ad for Obama tells you to ‘wake the F--- up’

SHARE Samuel L. Jackson ad for Obama tells you to ‘wake the F--- up’

This is one you likely won’t see from Mitt Romney.

Samuel L. Jackson stars in a short film, “Wake the F–k up,” supporting the Obama campaign and urging people to vote, preferably for the president.

The ad, paid for by the Jewish Council for Education and Research – Alexander Soros’ Super PAC that brought you Sarah Silverman’s equally NSFW voter fraud spot, was written by Adam Mansbach, who also penned a hit children’s book for adults called “Go the F–k to Sleep.”

And Jackson, as he is know for in his films, drops plenty of F-bombs. So it’s plenty not safe for work. See it after the jump.

No word on how the Obama campaign feels about this independently produced call to arms. But it likely did wake both campaigns up at least a bit.

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