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Debbie Wasserman Schultz Has MY-zeld Nobody!

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 8:09 pm

I’m catching up to a few things after an intense period at work, but I keep coming back to this priceless clip of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz saying that nobody has “MY-zeld” (misled) anyone on ObamaCare:

Andy Levy says here exactly what I was thinking: she’s reading from a TelePrompTer — isn’t she?!

Read the word “MISLED” and look at the word “isle” in the middle, and you can see how someone could make this mistake . . . if they’re not very bright, and if they’re reading the word.

I just wanted to have a post about this because I think MY-zeld is going to become a catch phrase, and I need a post to link when I use it in the future.

39 Responses to “Debbie Wasserman Schultz Has MY-zeld Nobody!”

  1. Myzeld

    In the dictionary, it means DWS and Teh One are liars.

    JD (5c1832)

  2. She’s kind of HOT. To other reptiles.

    Gus (70b624)

  3. I didn’t LIEZELLE.

    Gus (70b624)

  4. That’s a bad tan.. someone should be fired.
    Same goes for teleprompter writer… outta here

    Sebelius… not so much

    steveg (794291)

  5. Gaah, she is disgusting.

    nk (dbc370)

  6. It’s also interesting if it is a teleprompter and it signals that MSNBC alerts its guests to questions far enough ahead of time to preload their answers into prompters.

    Love those fiercely independent Capital “J” journalists.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  7. darleen found herself some charming people on the tv

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  8. MYZELLED!!! Is that a Jewish term??

    Gus (70b624)

  9. rubio is smarmy but the blond mizzled hoochie look like she been rode hard and put up wet

    she need a dab of the obamacares like yesterday

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  10. Happyfeet, she is Janet Reno pretty.

    Gus (70b624)

  11. Don’t myzel me, O. (Snicker)

    nk (dbc370)

  12. I think it’s more likely a staffer holding a cue card. But regardless the stupid is strong in that woman.

    elissa (d0035d)

  13. I’d rather be myzeld by Kate Upton

    steveg (794291)

  14. Mizle Tov, Debbie!

    Patricia (be0117)


    Gus (70b624)

  16. I hadn’t seen this. It’s hilarious. When did it happen?

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  17. Until I was about 18 I thought there was a verb “misle”, roughly synonymous with “deceive”, and which I pronounced “mizzle”. I only found out this wasn’t so when I read a novel in which a character made the same mistake. I have subsequently come across quite a few other autodidacts who had made the same mistake, and read about still more. So it seems it’s a common and easy mistake to make.

    “My-zel” is a new one on me, though. And notice how she first wants to pronounce it “mild”, and then changes to “my-zeld”

    Milhouse (b95258)

  18. “Happyfeet, she is Janet Reno pretty.”

    Gus – She has a face for radio.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  19. Washerwoman Schlitz is a COMMIE. The IGNORANT BROAD, doesn’t want to be, nor is she aware that she is a fugging Communist. She is just a dyed in the wool IDIOT. Her life is a THEORETICAL playground. THEORETICALLY, I could break the course record at St Andrews. Washerwoman-Schlitz is a piece of FILTH.

    Gus (70b624)

  20. Daley, she has a butt for HAM.

    Gus (70b624)

  21. It really does look like she’s reading from a script. It’s amazing that a news show would let her do that, but it is MSNBC. The DNC and MSNBC probably share computer networks.

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  22. This reminds me of a comment by the great Dennis Miller. Something along the lines of “Who’s this guy Schultz?”, as he pondered marriage as the source of the hyphenated surnames.

    gramps, the original (c8e6d5)

  23. Is it unusual for the talking heads to send their “interview” questions to their guests in advance? I have had it in the back of my mind that it’s common practice and it’s one of the reasons I avoid watching stuff like this.

    nk (dbc370)

  24. The comment by the great SPQR is even better, gto: Wasserman-Schultz sounds like the name of a test for STDs.

    nk (dbc370)

  25. Thank you, nk, but just “SPQR” … only my cabal calls me “the great SPQR”.

    And it turns out that Debbie STDtest is even dumber than we thought.

    SPQR (768505)

  26. I hadn’t seen this. It’s hilarious. When did it happen?

    I think it was a day or two ago.

    Patterico (9c670f)

  27. NK, I wonder if it is the talking heads sending the questions to the guests or the Democrat guests sending the questions to the talking heads?

    Machinist (b6f7da)

  28. I’m not so sure that MSNBC and the DNC colluded to provide questions and answers in advance. My assumption is that every Democrat who was to appear on news shows was given a set of talking points to spew out, knowing damn good and well that this question (or a variation) was going to be asked. DWS spends something like 90 seconds answering the question, and clearly she is not bright enough to speak extemporaneously for that long without referring to notes or reading directly from cue cards or a teleprompter?

    Go back to the moment right after she utters “MY-zeld” and turn your speakers up. If I am not mistaken, you can hear a faintly audible chuckle which is probably coming from somewhere in the MSNBC studio, as some technician or assistant producer can’t help but guffaw at how stupid DWS truly is.

    JVW (709bc7)

  29. Its hard getting up off the floor after a thread like this one. I was pretty helpless.

    Hope I didn’t wake the girls.

    gary gulrud (dd7d4e)

  30. Gus – She has a face for radio.

    Comment by daleyrocks (bf33e9) — 11/6/2013 @ 9:17 pm

    Daley, even on radio, the Oogly still comes thru loud and clear it does!

    Wasserman-Schultz sounds like the name of a test for STDs.

    Comment by nk (dbc370) — 11/6/2013 @ 9:35 pm

    nk, anyone that sees that face up close and personal, contracts PTSD they do!

    Yoda (c1890a)

  31. Just a funky little Jewish Princess
    With those titanic tits and those sandblasted zits.
    Just a Funky little Jewish Princess
    With that garlic aroma that could level Tacoma.
    Just a funky little Jewish Princess

    mg (31009b)

  32. Already seeing President Myzzeled being used across the various inter-tubes

    BuilderDoug (5aa4c2)

  33. Debbie – If what you claim is true, can you point us to some of those human props, err success stories, of people who have had their substandard insurance canceled by evil, bad apple insurance companies but have now found cheaper, better coverage on the exchanges?

    What’s that? No you can’t? You’re asking us to trust you?


    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  34. “Read the word “MISLED” and look at the word “isle” in the middle, and you can see how someone could make this mistake . . . if they’re not very bright, and if they’re reading the word.”

    – Patterico

    I think the more likely scenario is that the teleprompter misplaced the L and the E and said “MISELD.” The S in “isle” is silent, so that wouldn’t explain anything.

    The primary point is the same, and well taken, and depressing.

    Leviticus (2aa4e6)

  35. I said it too that way, and when I called up Bill Mazer on the radio one time (he later broadcast on a small station in Westchester or Rockland, retired in 2009, moved into assisted living in 2011, and died not long ago) back when he was still on WEVD he thought like it – he thought it was a yiddishism, and he liked such things.

    Bill Mazer was a real liberal, but completely honest. If they were looking for acounterpart to Rsh Limbaugh they could have used him, except that he would not shill for anybody.

    So I’m not he only one who says, or said, mizzle, and mizzled. That word, or pronunciation, is around. Mis-led has no taste. When somebody is fooled, they’re mizzled. To mislead someone is just to steer them wrong.

    Sammy Finkelman (9e0380)

  36. The primary point is the same, and well taken, and depressing.

    Comment by Leviticus (2aa4e6) — 11/7/2013 @ 10:08 am

    I know, right? When you can’t expect an honest, open, and spontaneous interview of the Democratic National Committee Chairwoman by MSNBC …. What is there left to believe in? I just hope I can find the will to go on, somehow. And you too, Leviticus.

    nk (dbc370)

  37. Actually “mizzled” is in the urban dictionary, though I don’t understand the distinction below. Why would you mislead with intent other than malicious? Unless it’s a Santa Claus clause where you can mislead your kid for honorable reasons. That definition is from 2009, per the site.

    “Mizzled is when somebody deliberately misleads or dupes you with malicious intent. You can be “misled” by bad directions but your cheater boyfriend “mizzled” you into thinking your relationship was great when in fact he was engaged to someone else. This is an important distinction, because often you start out thinking you were misled, only to find out later, you were MIZZLED!”

    East Bay Jay (a5dac7)

  38. “I just hope I can find the will to go on, somehow. And you too, Leviticus.”

    – nk

    I’ll dig deep.

    Leviticus (6a67b8)

  39. Has anyone asked her or MsNBC if she was using TOTUS for an “interview”?

    JD (1d1ef1)

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