- n. Plural form of birther.
“This movement, along with the "birthers" is downright laughable.”
“The fact that "elected officials" may or may not be "birthers" is not, ipso facto, justification for the progressive response.”
“The sort of evidence supplied by birthers is similar to the evidence provided by tax deniers - easily disproven, but the “strength” lies in their abundance.”
“One thing I always like to bring up to the birthers is that we have 3 really big law enforcement and intelligence agencies i.e. the CIA, NSA and FBI with a combined budget of about 100 billion a year.”
“Wake me up when you actually refute my assertion that the left's response to the birthers is disproportionate to the "threat".”
“How do you call birthers crazy and yet spew your ignorance with a straight face?”
“Gibbs comments come the same day Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe was quoted in Politico as saying those who question Obama's citizenship - who have collectively become known as "birthers" - "have a point.”
“As many readers have pointed out, at least one big story -- the idea that a huge percentage of Republicans are "birthers" -- was initiated by a Research 2000 poll.”
“Despite the evidence, according to a CNN poll, Lakin is among over a quarter of Americans - so called 'birthers' - who continue to doubt Obama's citizenship.”
“Kyle Mantyla at People For's Right Wing Watch blog has been reporting that "birthers" -- those demanding copies of Obama's readily available Hawaiian birth certificate -- are now being joined by those demanding proof of Obama's baptism and Christian faith.”
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