- death + -er (Wiktionary)
“It is possible I coined deather," Rachel Maddow of MSNBC told me recently, citing her show's coverage of "scare tactics used in the fight against health care reform.”
“Another disingenuous Republican from the "deather" fringe.”
“His catering to the "deather" paranoids at Iowa town meetings is an obvious pandering for votes in which the truth gets sacrificed for his personal gain.”
“What you are trying to say is you support the insurance monopoly, which paid this year Cigna's CEO 84 million, to run for profit health care, which denies on average 20% of all claims, allowing enormous profit. that is completely insane, and only benifits the 1 percenters which back the 1 million dollar a day "deather" campaign.”
“You might want to note the comfort being given to the "deather" crowd in the vast majority of the comments under your worthless screed.”
“The "deather" lie that the reform bills will lead directly to euthanasia and government bureaucrats deciding how and when people die resonates with my family member for precisely the reason that my relative is unable to discuss or even consider their own death.”
“The Club for Growth is running ads playing up the "deather" line of argument, targeting Democratic congressional delegations in Nevada, Arkansas, Colorado, and North Dakota.”
“That talk will crowd out and diminish conspiracy theories and deather denialism.”
“Looking forward to Tim taking pride, like a typical wingnut, that 1.5 million veterans do not have health care. proud wingnut, birther, deather, and lemming who follows the beliefs of Chairman Glenn”
“Proud wingnut, birther, deather, and lemming who follows the beliefs of Chairman Glenn”
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—new or newly popular in 2009
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Conspiracy theorists, activists, people with nothing better to do, etc.
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