can anyone say john woo? http://t.co/hWB3UDmz
— John Cusack (@johncusack) April 3, 2012
The Holder Justice Department, featuring … Chow Yun-Fat? Not exactly. Cusack meant to compare Holder to Bush administration DOJ official John Yoo.
@johncusack Woo's on first?
— Sir Cuitous (@Boudreauxabides) April 4, 2012
@johncusack do you mean John Yoo?
— jacqs (@heyjdey) April 4, 2012
@johncusack Isn't John Woo the famous movie director? Do you mean John Yoo?
— Sean Stone (@sstone5173) April 4, 2012
“@johncusack: eric holder = john woo.. no joke more on this soon..” OMG FACE/OFF IS REAL
— Konstantine Simakis (@MensHumidor) April 3, 2012
Cusack is known for taking ample creative license with spelling and grammar, but this time he actually admitted to his error:
Yes! Sorry – the lawyer who authorized torture for bush – RT @sstone5173 Isn't John Woo the famous movie director? Do you mean John Yoo?
— John Cusack (@johncusack) April 4, 2012
No worries, John. We knew it had something to do with the Bush/Cheney cabal. It always does.