Members of an MSNBC panel broke down in hysterics Thursday morning as the hosts and guests of “Morning Joe” tried to discuss the much-ridiculed “pajama boy” Obamacare ad.
Though puzzled at first, the MSNBC panel eventually agreed that as an attempt by supporters of the Affordable Care Act to market to younger consumers, “pajama boy,” which National Review’s Rich Lowry described as an “insufferable man child,” is just plain silly.
“Wait a minute. They’re trying to get the young people who are 25 years old?” co-host Mika Brzezinski asked.
“That ain’t how you do it,” Scarborough guffawed, adding “if this is the strategy, the kind of strategy behind promoting and marketing this law, this is not a good time for Democrats.”
(H/T: Truth Revolt)
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