January 8, 2010, - 3:14 pm

Hey, Maybe One Day, She’ll Come Up With Her Own Ideas

By Debbie Schlussel

Some might say great minds think alike.  But that’s only if they independently think alike.

Original minds come up with original ideas.  Feeble, lazy minds copy them 10 days later.

Schlussel, December 30, 2009:

HUH?!: Why Is Hillary Clinton Escaping Flight 253 Blame?

Michelle Fraudkin, ten days later (today)–and still getting it wrong:

Why is the State Department getting an UndyBomber pass?

Sadly, it’s not the first time she’s done it. It’s her SOP.  She even regurgitates my nicknames.  You’ll find little (if any) original reporting or ideas there.

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15 Responses

Yes, I noticed that comment by MM. She also just listed Yiddish as one of the Government outreach languages, without discussing the cynicism of the Government in making it so; she failed to make the point about pandering to the Arabs.

Little Al on January 8, 2010 at 3:51 pm

Schlussel, you are the best.

DS_ROCKS! on January 8, 2010 at 3:55 pm

Have you ever took the issue with Michelle? I know that you two used to be friends.

M: Yup. She denies, then name-calls and lectures me about how it’s “not healthy” to complain about being ripped off (then banned me from commenting on her site so her gullible, naive readers won’t know what she’s up to). When I need health advice, I will consult an MD, not Dr. Fraudkin. Note: She was never my “friend.” Thank goodness. She helped promote and raise money for Emily M. Zanotti, a woman who praised Muslim death threats on my life and her organization. She and that woman and Ed Morrissey of her Hot Airheads site are now trying to silence my free speech, with a baseless, unhinged, BS grievance against me with the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission. Remember that the next time you hear Fraudkin talk about “free speech,” which she doesn’t reallly believe in. With “friends” like that . . . . DS

Matthew on January 8, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    This is fantastic. Debbie you are freaking awesome. I have like this pint up rage thats been building for five years about fox news and all the hacks they trot out to talk about issues. I found you from Michael Savage’s website he has a link to your detroit bomber article. You and him could definitly relate in how the so called conservative media tries to silence you and act like you don’t exist. I really hope he has you on as a guest. Keep up the fantastic job!

    tyler on January 8, 2010 at 8:49 pm

She MM is a hack. She steals stuff from even the everyday blogger. When she has an original idea, well, hell will freeze over. To think she is a great thinker and blogger of the right wing– does she even know what the right wing is? Perhaps if she was more interested in the country and not her own pocket book she would do better. NOT

Sheri on January 8, 2010 at 4:09 pm

Sad she went on to be a thief. Sad that people will step over others to move themselves upward. Money and ambitions will change people. We all run into that in any field. I used to read her stuff but she is in line with the cabal of conservative pundits who wont be honest with their readers, viewers and listeners.

CaliforniaScreaming on January 8, 2010 at 5:02 pm

I’ve said it here before, DS please look into her start in politics and how she had a Saul to Paul moment the first chance possible.

Dirtyleb on January 8, 2010 at 5:15 pm

I remember when Hannity ripped you off a couple of years ago. It seems Old Sean and little Ms. Malkin are cut from the same cloth…

John on January 8, 2010 at 8:39 pm

What? No sense of humor?

Rhymes With Right on January 8, 2010 at 8:51 pm

My material has been lifted by talk radio so much, that I have taken it for granted that I have good insights. I get a thrill every time I hear my phrases or nicknames used, even though no credit will ever be forthcoming. Debbie, we know the sources of the conservative ascendancy and you are the most under- rated blogger in my angry opinion.

Material Supplier on January 9, 2010 at 8:56 am

Debbie, you ROCK.

Jon on January 9, 2010 at 3:35 pm

Debbie:

I’ve been wondering the same thing (about Hillary Clinton) for quite some time. Up until I saw this blog entry, I didn’t know you had commented on it earlier. Great minds think alike!

The U.S. State Department clearly received a warning that was not disseminated to the DHS. The “intelligence sharing” apparatus clearly broke down and the State Department is the obvious point of breakdown. Nobody in the news media or the Administration seems to be mentioning this.

Something ain’t right here. Hillary Clinton must be protected by powerful friends. I think there’s a deeper story but I haven’t a clue where to start.

thereisnosantaclaus on January 10, 2010 at 11:20 am

Another irritating thing that Malikin posted today is in reference to Harry Reid’s comment about Obama. All the Republican ‘leaders’ are saying he should step down because of his dreadful comment, that the Dems are more racist than the Republicans, etc. etc.

The problem is, first, that his comment is probably correct. As I understand it, Reid said Obama won because he was a light-skinned African American with no dialect (at least when he chooses not to use one). This is a true statement.

Malkin, Cornyn, et al are accepting a PC framework. They are accepting the nostrum that you can’t say anything bad about certain groupings, and the they are accepting the overly broad notion of what constitutes something ‘bad’. To the extent that the Republicans and their supporters such as Malkin accept a PC framework as a basis for their commentary, they will not move this country forward.

LA: Amen. I didn’t think Trent Lott should have stepped down as Sen. Maj. Leader b/c of his comments about Strom Thurmond (but b/c he wasn’t a conservative and supported trial lawyers like his bro), and I don’t think Harry Reid should step down b/c of his un-PC comments. I am against PC. Malkin is against PC only when it suits her purposes and the low-IQ lumpen conservetariat who read her without an ounce of critical thinking. Those who believe in “my guy is right–right or wrong; their guy is wrong–right or wrong,” have zero credibility in my book, whether they are on the left or the right. DS

Little Al on January 10, 2010 at 5:06 pm

    Good observation. This seems like it happens all the time with right wing idiots like sean hannity. There all just partisan hacks who aren’t really conservative. I stopped calling my self conservative a while ago after sean hannity kept saying he was a regan conservative. Hannity makes my stomach churn. I saw this mentality regarding the reid comment when it came to palin. Everyone acted like she was some ultra right winger and then I heard her say she supported the tarp bailout and never stood up for any issues and always acted like george bush. The deal was sealed for me when I saw her get like ten hours of fox news interviews when she released her book. No word from palin for six months while obama was destoying the country but then she wants to make some money and won’t shut up. She got an hour on hannity, an hour on levin time on rush it was sick.

    tyler on January 10, 2010 at 8:50 pm

Little Al that is so true. I was thinking the same thing that Reid was making a correct observation. I have co-worker saying he was upset about Reid and I told him to stop because we have been saying that for the past 2 years about Obama. Guilt the Vote was the mantra the MSM had for Obama ’08. Hey I voted for the “real” black man Dr. Alan Keyes. I would have voted for McCain if I lived in Nevada. Oh well I did vote for a black for President too…. :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmujttc0oJc

CaliforniaScreaming on January 10, 2010 at 8:20 pm

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