On Thursday's Morning Joe, "pajama boy" became an official laughing stock as even the liberals on the program couldn't stop making fun of the Administration's ad portraying a mid-twenty's man wearing a onesie.
The mocking started early in the program when hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski began their daily discussion of newspaper headlines. Scarborough turned to Politico's Jim VandeHei asking "Jim, what is this about pajama boy?" Mika explained what pajama boy was, threw up a picture of the ad and the laughter began. Brzezinski was holding back the laughter as she quoted Politico calling "pajama boy" an "insufferable man child." Scarborough cackled "Wow. That's gonna get them." Even Cokie Roberts threw in a zinger.
When they displayed a quote from Rich Lowry of National Review calling "pajama boy" a troll, the entire panel erupted with laughter. Trying to calm the set down, Mika exclaimed, "Wait a minute. They're trying to get the young people who are 25 years old" and Joe Scarborough roared back "That ain't how you do it."
After a few more minutes of laughter and one-liners, Scarborough added a most appropriate political exclamation point:
If this is the strategy, the kind of strategy behind promoting and marketing this law, this is not a good time for Democrats.
It didn't end with this discussion, every few minutes or so during rest of the program Co-Host Mika Brzezinski, who usually chides Scarborough when he pokes fun at the Administration, was throwing in the "pajama boy" jabs.
Of course, what isn't as funny is that the "pajama boy" adverting is paid for by American taxpayer dollars.