Obamacare’s ‘Pajama Boy’ was accused of racism, anti-Semitism

Ethan Krupp, the little man who played “Pajama Boy” in a widely-mocked Obamacare ad, was accused in college of racism and anti-Semitism.

Krupp, an Organizing for Action (OFA) content writer who became the face of progressive America when he sipped cocoa and smirked while wearing a onesie pajama suit in a recent Obamacare ad, is also a failed comedy writer whose work was not appreciated in his own time.

Krupp was the editor of Wisconsin’s college-town “Madison Misnomer” as recently as 2010, noting that “Nothing is ever accomplished” at editorial meetings and “It probably won’t last more than another year.” But while Krupp’s failures at getting people to care about his projects make him a less-than-ideal spokesman for Obamacare, Krupp brings some larger baggage to Obama-world.

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Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

2 thoughts on “Obamacare’s ‘Pajama Boy’ was accused of racism, anti-Semitism”

  1. Here’s one more, more on topic:

    Ask Dr. Lovenstein

    Dear Dr Lovenstein,

    Hi, my name is Elanor and this man I just met, but barely know, insists that sex was way better before 9/11. That’s ridiculous, right?

    Sincerely,

    I Feel Sort Of Bad Letting A Male Encounter Justify Elanor Writing Something (like this)

    I wish, IFSOIBLAMEJEWS, I wish. The facts are, a) compared to sex before 9/11, sex after 9/11 is pretty lame b) compared to sex DURING 9/11, mind-blowing sex now is more like a pity reach around from Sean Hannity while he’s thinking about Cavuto’s hair product on a day when it’s not really holding like it should. So yeah, Elanor, your male encounter is on to something.

    So that answers the basic element of your question, but now you probably want to know why. I’m a psychosexologist, not a psychosexiatrist, so all I’m accredited to do is review the existent theories and give my best intuition as to each of them. Here’s a brief review of the prevailing literature:

    The Towers as Phalluses Theory: Essentially, this theory argues that the World Trade Center towers represented America’s penis(es). Having your penis(es) destroyed by a bunch of people who probably couldn’t even grow chest hair is bound to put a damper on schtup-time.

    Reason to believe: In his writing on the history of sexuality, philosopher Michel Foucault consistently connects the pleasure of sexuality with masochism and what he describes as the ultimate pleasure of control: self-destruction. If this is true, it explains why 9/11 was so fucking awesome. If Michel’s on to something here, than probably nothing would be more pleasurable for an American than doing it while thousands of Americans met their demise during the violent collapse of your 100-story symbolic penis(es).

    Reason not to believe: I only have one penis.

    The Losing Another War Theory: Basically, this theory holds that before Vietnam, sex in America was unrealistically good. The psychological version of this theory holds that beating the Indians, British, Spanish, Mexicans, Germans, Japanese and the New Hampshire Separatists gave American men (not from New Hampshire) such immense confidence that even super hot, sexually insatiable 50s housewives (and they were all super hot and sexually insatiable) posed no threat of intimidation. Upon losing a series of wars to people who probably can’t grow chest hair, America lost its swagger. The metaphysical version of the theory holds that in beating our previous war enemies, we stole their respective sexual prowesses and added them to our own like some sort of body-soul switching thing. In losing to the chest hairless, we gave our gains back and then some.

    Reason to believe: Sort of reminds me of “Vice Versa” starring Kirk Cameron and Dudley Moore… kind of.

    Reason not to believe: America has never lost a war.

    I Got Fat Theory: This theory suggests that being out of shape has made me less attractive to women and thereby has provided less frequent and less passionate sexual encounters.

    Reason to believe: In a roundabout way, it sort of lets me blame the Muslims for me putting on weight. Halal is delicious.

    Reason not to believe: Elastic waistbands.

    So there it is, IFSOIBLAMEJEWS. Not sure who’s fault it it, but don’t blame Dr. Lovenstein, he’s converting.

    With Love(nstein),

    Dr. Lovenstein

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