Admin Biden Comes to Meme That’s Even Lamier Than Obama’s ‘Pajama Boy’

Those who do not learn from former President Barack Obama’s Twitter feed will be condemned for recidivism.

Nearly eight years ago, in an effort to boost low enrollment in Obamacare among younger Americans, Obama tweeted an image that would represent the entire health care industry’s failure. “How do you plan to spend the cold days of December?” asked the president, atop an image called “The Pajama Boy.”

The young man in the photo is sitting cross-legged, wearing red and black plaid pajamas, glasses and grinning. It looks like a “Saturday night liveOutline of Obama’s most difficult hundred years of supporters. Instead, it was a call for them to be reorganized by Action Organization – a rebranded version of then-president’s campaign arm, Obama for America.


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“Wearing Pijama. Drink hot chocolate. Talk about getting health insurance,” the image reads.

Few attempts at political memorization have backfired with such rhetoric. Review the titles. Politico: “Pajama Boy, An Unbearable Child.” NS Christian Science Monitor: “’Pajama Boy’ on Obamacare: Will Millennials Hear an Adult in a Dress?” This is a word one. NBC News to defend the ad: “You shouldn’t like Pajama Boy.”

They go because they are cute, they become disgusted. This was certainly on the minds of everyone in President Joe Biden’s administration; Pajama Boy was so popular that even Uncle Joe had to remember it vaguely. Such is the case textbooks of “How are you, young people?“-Theism from an elected official. Everyone learns their lesson from this, right?

The right?

Pajama boy, we barely know you. In a three-panel meme comic posted by the Department of Transportation on Friday, a girl texted asking, “what are you thinking about,” along with an emoji of eyes and two fingers touching each other. .

“I’m thinking about how the new infrastructure law will make getting from one place to another so much better over the next decade and how, when combined with the Build Back Better action, it will create thousands of dollars. million new jobs,” replied the boy.

“Same,” said the girl, with a blushing smile.

Wait until they discover the bill their generation is stuck with; there will be more than a few asterisks when we revisit these two WhatsApping about “Build back better“A person imagines in their mid-40s.


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This would be bad enough if this was the first time the Biden administration had stolen one of the Obama administration’s worst messaging failures to support their infrastructure and spending bills. However, in addition to not learning from Pajama Boy’s produced adorableness prior to the publication of Texting for Infrastructure and Imitation Girl, the Biden administration has spawned an identical comic strip about Obama’s Spirit infamous “Julia’s Life” campaign.

Again, something new: During the 2012 presidential race, the Obama campaign produced an internet slideshow featuring a woman named Julia, who had been helped since fell into the grave by the policies of the Democratic Party.

An example: “Under President Obama: While in college, Julia underwent surgery. Thankfully it was covered by her insurance due to a provision in health care reform that allowed her to stay in her parents’ coverage until she turned 26. According to Mitt Romney : Health Care Reform Will Be Repealed – Romney Says He’ll ‘Kill It. ‘”

“Life of Julia” is a bomb, a classic accidental texting. Obama’s people see a woman helped by the president’s policies; others see a woman whose entire life has been scripted for her by a patriarchal government. She has no agency – she only succeeds because President Obama, that pompous guy, let her succeed.

Again, someone in The White House Forget recent political history or choose to ignore it. To sell the infrastructure deal, Biden’s White House released an update of “The Life of Julia” featuring a protagonist named Linda. Again, Linda won’t get far in life unless the government helps her and her baby:

That was less than a month ago. Lessons cannot be learned.

This, needless to say, played out a lot on Twitter — though most thoughts fell into one of two categories, well illustrated by Fox News producer Will Ricciardella and conservative Twitterer producer Stephen L. Miller, aka @redsteeze:

So first: No, left side can’t meme. Dissecting what a meme is supposed to do is boring and sloppy, so suffice it to say they’re supposed to be funny and meaningful. The humor here is completely unintentional. Key point? That messaging infrastructure boy is on par with the White House’s arguments for absolutely great infrastructure and spending plans. This is the fallacy of the argument from authority – made even worse when considering the authority, in this case, a teenage boy writing about infrastructure in literal sentences seamless and no capitalization.

As for the second count – the “38 states wiped out” scenario or something like that – it’s hard to see a scenario in which the administration doesn’t have to face some electoral calculations for the wrong things. the complete mess they’ve created, both are big and small.

Tell what you’ll know about Barack Obama – I’ve said a lot myself – he’s a pajama Boy survivor. For his manifold flaws, he was an active political athlete. Joe Biden’s poll is bad and Vice President Kamala Harris’ is worse. Both lack all the energy and charisma – something the administration has increasingly turned to Transport Minister Pete Buttigieg in recent times to provide.

Is the Biden administration falling apart trying to sell its agenda to the public?

When Buttigieg’s Department of Transportation suggests this is the type of memorization kids have, it suggests he might not be the guy you’re aiming for. No one at NBC News is going to write an article called, “You Shouldn’t Like Texting the Infrastructure Boy.”

In short: There’s a long way to go to 2024, but if the Biden administration continues to pick the worst parts of Obama’s carcass, a “38 states wipeout” could make the administration realize a death economic.

C. Douglas Golden is a writer who divides his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he has been writing for the Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014.

C. Douglas Golden is a writer who divides his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he has been writing for the Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014. Outside of politics, he enjoys spending time with his wife, literature (especially story fiction. British painting and modern Japanese lighting), indie rock, coffee, Formula One and football (both America and the world).

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