New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie joined Twitter users Wednesday in lambasting this month's mega-viral Obamacare ad, "Pajama Boy," with a mocking tweet of his own.
Like the "Obamacare website woman" before him
, Pajama Boy is the punch line of the Internet after being featured this week in ad for Organizing for America, a Democratic group that aims to mobilize the people to rally for President Barack Obama's causes, specifically the Affordable Care Act.
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Christie tweeted a parody of the Pajama Boy ad Wednesday, urging New Jerseyans to "get out of your pajamas" and volunteer, much to Twitter's delight.
Pajama Boy, as described by Politico's Rich Lowry, is "an insufferable man–child
… wearing pajamas — a zip-up onesie in classic Lamar Alexander plaid — and drinking hot chocolate. He is in his twenties, sporting hipster glasses he could have bought at Warby Parker and an expression of self-satisfied ironic amusement."
Just like they did with the Obamacare website girl, Twitter users Photoshopped and mocked Pajama Boy to no end.
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