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Republican complaints — along with Bill O’Reilly’s on-air tantrum — about President Obama’s comedy bit plugging PPACA smack a little of middle-aged parents barking at their children about “that loud noise you call music.”

For a party already largely disconnected from younger generations — more on that in a minute — complaining about the president doing an online skit comedy isn’t going to help their image with anyone. And it’s certainly not going to hurt the president, who’s shown from day one that his team is plugged into the next generation of voter engagement, whether it’s tweeting from his inauguration, taking questions on Reddit or appearing on Jon Stewart.

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