Revealed: ‘Pajama boy’ is an OFA employee who attended UW-Madison
posted at 3:06 pm on December 19, 2013 by Guy Benson
Of course he is. The Washington Examiner’s Charlie Spiering lands, er, “the scoop:”
After I found Pajamaboy Ethan Krupp he made his Instagram account private and deleted his YouTube account http://t.co/z3QB8OWiLM
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) December 19, 2013
It looks like he hurriedly deleted his Twitter account, too. You embarrassed, bro? Mr. Krupp appears to have graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison just last winter, suggesting that he may be eligible to remain on his parents’ healthcare plan for several more years under Obamacare. Why would such a “child” need to have “the talk” with his parents? Meanwhile, lefty Adam Serwer is terribly upset over conservative “gender enforcers” mocking Pajama Boy for being gay, or something:
How could the sight of an earnest twenty something in pajamas drive so many dashing specimens of unassailable masculinity to complete panic? … The conservative intelligentsia’s collective response to an ad trying to get Americans to purchase health insurance is to suggest that the model in the ad looks gay.
Who’s panicking? And no, our collective response was to ridicule his smugness and man-child-sized onesie, and also to mock the OFA brain trust for deciding this ad would effectively help persuade legions of young, healthy people to overpay for a product — a phenomenon upon which liberals are relying to salvage the their historically-embarrassing Big Government misadventure. But hurling accusations of gay baiting is certainly much easier, and probably more cathartic.
Exit quotation (Allahpundit™): “Modeling is exhausting.”