I always liked Samuel J. Jackson. Maybe it's because we both worked on one of the most god-awful television plays ever produced. I'm not going to mention its name here because I don't want to encourage anyone to find this piece of drek and post it on YouTube. I was a Production Manager at the time and I routinely would pick up Samuel J. Jackson, Franklin Seales and Howard Rollins on my way to the airport each week at about 6AM to escort them to Milwaukee each week for taping during the height of one of the worst snow seasons the Northeast has ever seen. After a seemingly endless day of taping in an ABC studio outside of Milwaukee that had no heat because the studio was still under construction, we would all meet up along with Alfre Woodward, who was making her television debut in this program, at the pits of a steakhouse in Downtown Milwaukee called The Clock, which featured an open microphone piano bar each night after dinner. Never once did these actors ever complain or show displeasure, which just goes to show you that they were great actors even early on in their careers. Samuel J. Jackson appears in a terrific PAC ad for Obama which I've posted here. It's an extremely funny ad that makes its points with humor and its message is simple: don't make excuses for not voting and don't pretend there isn't a clear choice: WAKE THE F**K UP AND VOTE FOR OBAMA!