A supporter of ObamaCare lamented that ‘Pajama Boy’ may represent the lowest of the low when it comes to the efforts of those in support of the program wanting to bring young and healthy Americans into the insurance mix to make the program workable.
Efforts to attract the young have been pathetically unsuccessful and the new ‘Pajama Boy’ campaign may be doing more harm than good.
How many youth do you know who plan to sit around spending the cold says of December in
one-piece footie pajamas drinking cocoa while pondering health insurance?
That may work for some students at a Christian College but the residence hall dress of choice at most Universities would be tattered jeans and the drink of choice would be good stiff shot of Jim Beam washed down with a Budweiser or two.
The ObamaCare supporter finished his lament by saying, “getting young Americans to better understand why health insurance is more important to their lives than they may realize is no laughing matter, even if this latest advertising campaign is.”
Steven Hayward of PowerLine says the ‘Pajama boy’ ad campaign, by Obama’s community organizing group Organizing for America, is begging for comics to have great fun with their advertisements.
Some things just can’t wait for the weekend.
Like Michael Dukakis riding in a tank. Or the PR geniuses behind Obamacare putting out the Pajama Boy ad.
Did Christmas get moved up on the calendar, or did we skip straight to April Fool’s Day?
Below are a couple of examples of how people are having fun with the ‘Pajama Boy’ ads:
I live in my parents basement