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Sarah Silverman Tempts Romney Backer With Sexual Favors (NSFW) Sequel to 2008's award-winning 'Great Schlep'

Sarah Silverman's latest piece of political theater/activism finds her offering to engage in sex play with mega-rich casino kingpin and rabid right-winger Sheldon Adelson if he agrees to donate $100 million to Barack Obama's reelection bid, instead of using it to back Mitt Romney. Silverman stars in a NSFW clip produced by Barnacle Studios on behalf of the Jewish Council for Education and Research, the PAC behind her wildly popular pro-Obama "The Great Schlep" video from 2008, done by Droga5 (which won a Titanium Lion in Cannes in 2009). For the new effort, a dazed-looking dog joins Sarah for "demonstration" purposes, but doggie's not the style Silverman has in mind. She informs Adelson: "I won't have sex with you, because we're not married and I'm a nice girl, but I will scissor you wearing a bikini bottom, through to fruition." She eliminates the possibility of misinterpretation by explaining, with a big smile, "That means, until you come!" Her bottom line: "You'd be the only elderly billionaire on the block to have traditional lesbian sex to climax with a girl who had her own show on Comedy Central. I mean, talk about bragging rights." Bright all-capped graphics triple exclaim, "TRADITIONAL LESBIAN SEX!!!" Hey, she had me at "fruition." In classic form, Silverman brings just enough edge to titillate and mildly offend, but somehow avoids seeming mean-spirited. Best of all, we learn that Adelson's a lesbian. I never would have guessed.

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