He's sick and tired of all these non voters, out here non voting.

Defuniak Springs, Florida
September 16, 2020 6:46pm CST
So, I was scrolling through Bing! news and came across a headline that had Samuel L. Jackson's name in it. So of course, I clicked on it. You would too, admit it. I'm glad I did. Samuel L. Jackson has made a promise that if he can get a certain amount of his fans to promise and prove they are going to vote in the upcoming election, he will teach them to swear in different languages. LOVE THIS. A couple of days ago, I was going through YouTube videos and there was a Voting video from Tim Allen, that made me giggle. I like when celebs do voting campaigns. Anyway, here's the article if you wanna check it out.
Jackson's pledge is part of the Good to Vote campaign, a nonpartisan initiative
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@pjmurphy (1883)
• United States
16 Sep
Whatever works.
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@JimBo452020 (22811)
• Montrose, Scotland
17 Sep
Non voters piss me off. Especially when they start moaning about whats going down in Politics here, Maybe if they had voted they might have changed the balance of power.
• Defuniak Springs, Florida
17 Sep
YES! My favorite is that nearly all the people who moan about how unfair this candidate is, or how that ones policies aren't fair, are the ones who aren't voters or have never voted. I haven't voted in every election since I came of age, but I also didn't throw a dramatic fit when it didn't come out like I liked.
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@JimBo452020 (22811)
• Montrose, Scotland
17 Sep
@thislittlepennyearns It's the same here. They moan about theocal. Council Yet only 40 percent of those eligible bothered to vote last time We should be grasping the chance to vote with both hands Democracies like ours are not perfect, But at least we have choices, many dont
• Defuniak Springs, Florida
17 Sep
@JimBo452020 Perfect no, functioning yes. And I am appalled by the amount of people that don't question things that are happening. Some of the things yeah, they need to happen. But there's a large percentage of our nation that just follows along with whatever they are told.
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@TheHorse (113536)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
I'll have to check it out. Many years ago, my brother and I co-wrote a review of a Frank Zappa concert for an East Coast newspaper. A big part of Frank's thing at that time was getting people registered to vote. (I think we were paid $200 total for the article.) I like it when celebs do that--encourage people to register and vote.
• Defuniak Springs, Florida
17 Sep
It seems like it has become way more common in the last few years. Which is nice. I like that a lot of the younger generation of celebs have started to to encourage other younger people to vote.
@RasmaSandra (35407)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
17 Sep
Whatever it takes to get people voting especially when it if important