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    The Dozen Funniest Variations of Obamaís Pajama Boy Propaganda
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    Macho guys don't ID with Obama and his crew. I don't know what they were thinking when they started the pajama boy campaign. They really are showing their contempt for young people, who are a heck of a lot smarter than Obama's team thinks they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintLouieWoman View Post
    Macho guys don't ID with Obama and his crew. I don't know what they were thinking when they started the pajama boy campaign. They really are showing their contempt for young people, who are a heck of a lot smarter than Obama's team thinks they are.
    Unless it was meant to become a hilarious internet meme, in which case it was genius marketing. As everyone is making fun of pajama boy, he is constantly transmitting the message of Obamacare. For us, it's a horrifically funny joke, but to the younger set, the ad might actually be achieving its goal subliminally. Let's see how the numbers go. It can't be any worse marketing than this:

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    Oh and Making fun of Pakama Boy is homophobic! (Who'd a guessed?)

    Thereís nothing like the holiday season to bring out the best in people. And by best, I mean the exploitation of millennial stereotypes for political gains, and the subsequent slew of horrible homophobic attacks. Truly, this is Obamaís America.

    A Christmas Card-looking ad featuring a twenty-something male clad in pajamas has become the latest face of the Obama administrationís pitch to millennials on health care. Less than 24 hours after the presidentís account (@BarackObama) tweeted the image out, it has also managed to launch a mini-battle over modern-day conceptions of gender and sexuality.

    ObamaCare supporters have been assiduously courting millennials through a variety of misguided andawkward ads. In comparison, this one isnít so bad. Sure, the flannel and somewhat smug look on his face is a painfully obvious attempt to create a hipster aesthetic without realizing that: 1) most millennials arenít hipsters; 2) many millennials despise hipsters and being stereotyped as such; and 3) hipsters arenít the millennials Obama needs to worry about (that is, if we broadly define hipsters as being tech-savvy, left-leaning folks who are painfully aware of their own mortality at the age of 25).

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    He looks ghey to me. What's his DU name? Where's his lollipop?

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    I have to give credit to Rush Limbaugh. He tried to discreetly correct his yahoo callers, saying "puh-jah-muh" each time the caller would say "peh-jam-muh". I may disagree with Rush on many things, but he has the best voice on talk radio. The rest of them sound like they were raised in housing projects in New York.
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