Pop singer Madonna gave a vulgarity-laden endorsement of the President Monday at a concert in the nation's capital.
Performing at the Verizon Center, Madonna said, "You all better f—king vote for Obama" (video follows with transcript and commentary, serious vulgarity warning):
MADONNA: In 1864, if I have my number correct, I’m a little dizzy, Abraham Lincoln was the president of the United States, right? And what was he fighting for? To abolish slavery, right? Fighting for freedom. And they killed him as they do all the prophets. And a hundred years later, Martin Luther King Jr. came here to march for the civil rights movement. And he won. But they killed him as they do. And now it is so amazing and incredible to think that we have an African-American in the White House.
So those fine human beings did not die for nothing. They fought for our freedom. Not just African-Americans but all people of all races. For people who are different, unconventional, for people who want to believe in what they want to believe. Am I with you, and are you with me? That would be a f—k yeah.
So, you all better f—king vote for Obama, okay? For better or for worse, alright, we have a black Muslim in the White House, okay? Now that is the s—t. And it’s some amazing s—t. That means there is hope in this country. And Obama is fighting for gay rights, okay? So support the man God damn it!
The Hill reported Tuesday that later in the show, Madonna took off most of her clothes revealing that she once again had “OBAMA” written across her lower back.
“When Obama is in the White House for a second term I'll take it all off,” the Hill claimed she said.
This was followed by her "singing a slow, seductive version of 'Like a Virgin' while rolling around on a piano top."