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Published:December 21st, 2013 11:11 EST

Obamacare's 'Pajama Boy' Symbol of Wussification of America: Video

By Robert Paul Reyes

`Pajama boy` is going viral, but perhaps not the way its creators, a political nonprofit with ties to President Obama, intended. Millennials may not be as ironic as the ad meisters think they are.


Christian Science Monitor

The few thousands who have had the patience and the free time to enroll in Obamacare are mostly the sick and the elderly, and the poor and the destitute who have enrolled in Medicaid extension provision of Obama`s horrendous national health plan.

In order for Obamacare to survive it must attract the young and the healthy, thus we have the Obamacare " Pajama Boy" advertising campaign. Young people have lower health-care costs, and the revenue from their premiums is desperately needed to offset the higher costs incurred by old folks and the Medicaid enrollees.

The Obamacare " Pajama Boy" has gone viral, and not because the stock-photo model is enticing young people to join Obamacare by the millions.

"Pajama Boy" is a symbol of everything that`s gone wrong with the Obama administration in particular, and our society in general.

PJ Boy is wearing a plaid onesie while cradling a hot beverage, and looking to one side through arched eyebrows. Why is PJ boy arching his eyebrows? What has caught his attention? Certainly not a hot babe; I doubt this nerd has had a date in his life.

This sorry excuse for a man probably lives in his parents` basement, drives a scooter to his part-time job at Target, considers it daring to add marshmallows to his hot chocolate, and is willing to consider enrolling in Obamacare as a show of solidarity with the first African-American president.

PJ Boy is the poster boy for the wussification of America; this doofus needs to ditch his ironic glasses for contacts, his onesie for jeans, and his hot chocolate for a cold beer.

I`ve had a job since I was fifteen, owned a car since I was 17 and lived on my own since I was eighteen. PJ Boy will probably never have a meaningful job, live in his parent`s basement until he`s in his late 30`s, and maybe one day own a used Prius.

God damn Pajama Boy, Obama, and Obamacare straight to hell!

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