@ncallegari I once knew someone who said 'Mizled' as in 'My-zild' instead of 'Misled.' Somehow I prefer the former.
— NOMU Brands (@NOMUChirps) November 4, 2013
Was the girl named Debbie Wasserman Schultz?
Today on MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co.,” Li’l Debbie was discussing Americans’ who feel they were misled by the president. But not everyone is as gifted a liar as Barack Obama, and in the midst of all her spinning, Debbie got tongue-tied in a most spectacular fashion:
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 5, 2013
At the end of the day, uh, uh, Americans were, were, were not, not only not mild, myzeld by the president, the overwhelming majority of Americans are already insured.
Oy vey! Did MSNBC feed her the talking points on the Corpseman Teleprompter?
@allahpundit Just listened. Either that's some Yiddish term I'm not familiar with or she mispronounced "misled."
— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) November 5, 2013
Yeah, that’s definitely not Yiddish. Debbie just sucks at words.
— Nino (@baldingschemer) November 5, 2013
Seriously. How does that even happen? #MYZLED
— Matthew DesOrmeaux (@cynicusprime) November 5, 2013
To be honest, we don’t really care; we’re just glad it did happen. Because hilarious.
Schlemiel! Schle-myzel! Spin machine incorporated!