“Literally a walking Onion article.”
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She thinks some people need to “lighten up.”
Sorry, Pajama Boy, but it’s actually worse than that. Not only is Organizing for Action’s fundraising down; OFA has just reported its worst quarter ever. Oof. @OFA reports worst fundraising quarter ever. http://t.co/hubOPAiTLI — Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) July 11, 2014 After it drew fire from Democrats who were worried it would compete with midterms fundraising, OFA's […]
Fixed it for you, HHS!
Of course there’s an Eva the Cat Girl. Of course there is.
Laugh or cry?
The Daily Telegraph’s Tim Stanley is being sarcastic, of course. The lengthy post at the Jewish Daily Forward to which he’s referring doesn’t quite accuse anyone of being a Nazi, but it does purport to examine the “right wing anger” at the Jewish star of OFA’s viral Obamacare ad. You know, the one starring Pajama Boy sipping […]
Laughter is truly the best medicine.
Cow onesie for the win.
Hee! Can you really blame him? https://twitter.com/robmtaub/status/415210881912680448 Only one thing could throw a wrench in DiPaolo’s plans: .@NickDiPaolo @garysteveneaton He's wearing a onesie so you can't give him a wedgie. — Santa Klown (@realmyiq2xu) December 23, 2013 Well, maybe if you did it just right … @realmyiq2xu Just pull it up by the back of […]
In case you missed it, the Obama administration revealed yesterday that all that business about having to obey the individual mandate or pay a penalty kinda, sorta isn’t true anymore. #GetCovered. Or don't. It's kinda whatever. Good talk. http://t.co/n2e7zcglLT — Mary Katharine Ham (@mkhammer) December 20, 2013 Via Hot Air: Old and busted: “Those cancellations […]
Priceless, indeed. We are still gasping for breath over Pajama Boy and the resultant sidesplitting mockery. That is how President Obama is seeking to bamboozle the young people who are saying, ‘no thanks” to Obamacare? But wait! There’s more. Fear not, young people. Obama speaks your language. http://t.co/jZHv2YEHad — Leon Wolf (@LeonHWolf) December 19, 2013 RedState […]
Team Obama has rightfully earned pantloads of mockery for its ridiculous “Pajama Boy” tweet, but who’d’ve thunk that Obama pal Chris Christie would get in on the action? And yet, here we are: In New Jersey, we are spending the cold days of December volunteering. #GetOutOfYourPJs #SeasonOfService pic.twitter.com/yhtwDpy2cQ — Governor Christie (@GovChristie) December 18, 2013 […]
The White House wants you to know that its minions are really, really busy — no, really, like, reaaaaally, busy — sitting or standing around their offices writing another rehashed, recycled, and redistributive State of the Union Address. Here’s one pic: Go behind the scenes on State of the Union prep today with @DeeseOMB → […]
Let’s give ’em all a big round of applause!
Do our eyes deceive us? Is that Pajama Boy? Rocker Jack White? Nope, it’s a Jihadist of Pallor ripe for mockery! Check out the snarky reaction to the latest ISIS group photo floating around on social media this afternoon. Enjoy: BREAKING: Jack White joins ISIS pic.twitter.com/Q2Uvdh5VIP — Capitol Punishment (@AllPoliTicks) December 26, 2014 So of all […]
Another holiday season means another chance to set Republican Uncle Fred straight.
“Stupid is as stupid does.”
How come Neil Cavuto never dresses like a panda?
“So, conservative women, period?”
The media bias (and the stupid), it burns.
$37 million reasons why feminists will be angry. . .again.
“Nail on the head.”
Here is the Sofia Vergara Emmy sketch panty-twisting hypocrisy exposed. And boy, was it easy [photos]
Women need feminists like fish need bicycles.
“Michelle showed she cared – on social media! – and that’s all that matters, isn’t it?”
Conservatives were apprehensive about the RNC’s new ad targeted to the younger demographic. Those brave enough to watch even likened the star to OFA’s Pajama Boy, so there was no need to wait for the Left to weigh in with its own ridicule. Bette Midler took a shot, but her claim about voting like it’s […]
‘Where can we order one?’ Strong demand for mysteriously appearing ‘bad boy’ Ted Cruz posters [pics]
Step aside, Pajama Boy!
The desperation … it reeks.
We’ve seen HealthCare.gov and the various state insurance marketplaces try to ply the younger demographic with singing animals, “brosurance” and “hosurance,” and even ‘NSync. They might want to leave mom out of it, though — she doesn’t like Obamacare either. Mom tattoos are sweet, but she'd probably prefer you #GetCovered at http://t.co/CCIiQwHWvc: pic.twitter.com/IhqvOFeN9L — HHS.gov […]
Whoa, whoa — what’s all this, then? The CEO of our parent company, AOL, blames Obamacare for cuts to employee benefits http://t.co/kDscJQBISL — HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) February 6, 2014 Gee, you don’t say! You mean that when we warned you that Obamacare would hurt workers, we were right? You mean that the White House has […]
Despicable indeed. As Twitchy reported, the hacks over at the New York Times defended Obamacare-caused job losses as “liberating.” Pesky old jobs with a salary? No need for those. You have the “freedom” to be unemployed, rubes. This isn’t really surprising, coming from the same editorial board that said President Obama just “misspoke” when he […]
Obama administration, you just got Sajak’d.
Ted Cruz adviser Amanda Carpenter paints a dismal picture of Obama’s economy, with a little help from the much-mocked Pajama Boy.
Depressing indeed. Also depressing? Crap. My New Year's resolution was to keep the plan I liked. — Stephen Green (@VodkaPundit) January 2, 2014 Way to start off the year with a bam! Heck of a job, Barry. Again. Related: ‘Best 2013 Twitter memory’? Pat Sajak slays with Pajama Boy-mocking resolution idea
Where to start? MSNBC reporter Adam Serwer wrote a column about conservatives “freaking out” about #PajamaBoy. For starters, the claims included this: "Pajama Boy is yet another emblem of an increasingly non-white electorate" http://t.co/L5O2bIWOZo Uh, okay pic.twitter.com/TsFUPjtsjA — Philip Klein (@philipaklein) December 19, 2013 “Emblem of an increasingly non-white electorate”? Yeah, he wrote that. Here's […]
Larry the Cable Guy has never been shy about speaking his mind, and today, he’s defending the right of “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson to do the very same: @KatiePavlich if A&E really wants to make a statement, then instead of saying a guy is suspended, knowing he's all over the upcoming season — Larry […]
Why should grown, dependent hipsters have all the onesie funsies? Former Illinois congressman Joe Walsh also prefers to slip into something a little more comfortable when he wants to #GetTalking about Obamacare — repeal, that is: .@BarackObama is right. We should #GetTalking and #GetRepealing. At least this #PajamaBoy thinks so. #tcot pic.twitter.com/7Hxb5H3EoP — Joe Walsh […]
Oh, it’s real. And it’s not spectacular! What was spectacular? The swift and snort-worthy mockery. Now for the latest entry: Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld as Pajama Boy: Oh cmon @greggutfeld, seriously? RT @BarackObama: How do you plan to spend the cold days of December? pic.twitter.com/clQNMB4psi — Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) December 18, 2013 Bada-zing! @JayCaruso @greggutfeld […]
Heavy sigh. Will the idjits at OFA never learn? They really need to realize that the use of “FACT” coming from the @BarackObama Twitter account is merely a sweet siren call for mockery! @BarackObama The number of tweets you start with "FACT:" makes me question the validity of the subsequent statements… — Hayden Arnold (@HayArnold982) […]
What has been seen cannot be unseen.
Aching. Sides. However, that does bring to mind what could be the most disturbing part about OFA’s “Pajama Boy” horror: @chelseagrunwald @Bidenshairplugs right? So is #PajamaBoy supposed to be over 26!?!? In a onesie!?!! That's even more disturbing! — D (@MistressOfSham) December 18, 2013 Oh my gawd. Remember, #pajamaboy is over 26. Otherwise he'd still […]
It had to happen. Even bronies are snickering at OFA’s pitful onesie-clad spokesmodel for Obamacare. The Twitterverse dubbed the human contraceptive “Pajama Boy” and quickly went to work mocking his secret identity and giving him his rightful place in memedom. Obama/#PajamaBoy selfie, anyone? Of course, no Photoshop mockery would be complete without the narcissist in […]
Snicker. As Twitchy reported, OFA sparked sidesplitting mockery with its “Pajama Boy” photo that was meant to get people talking about Obamacare. It got people talking alright! But not in the good way. Some tried to uncover the pitiful pajama-clad soul’s identity. And still others frantically sought a bright side to the horror. I'm confused, […]
Selfies and bronies and bros, oh my!