birthers

Uncovered Video: Colorado GOP Candidate Calls Obama Birth Certificate A 'Myth'
Democrats in Colorado have uncovered a video of a Republican candidate for governor suggesting that President Barack Obama's birth certificate was a myth. Read more...
North Carolina GOP Having Some Trouble With Their Minority Outreach Program
If you thought North Carolina Republicans could not have had a worse week for their so-called minority outreach program after some of the recent headlines coming out of the state, you were wrong. Read more...
Republican Rep. Farenthold Responds To Birther: 'Probably' Enough Votes To Impeach Obama
In response to a so-called birther constituent who believed that Barack Obama was not born in the United States, Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) said at a town hall event over the weekend that Republicans "probably" had enough votes to impeach the president. Read more...
Birtherism Bites Cruz: Trump Says He's 'Perhaps Not' Eligible To Run For President
The country's most prominent Republican birther says that one of his party's early frontrunners for the 2016 presidential nomination may "perhaps not" be eligible to run if he was born in Canada. Read more...
Rep. Yoho: Obamacare 'Racist' Because White People Use Tanning Beds
Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) recently told a group of constituents that he backing a birther bill because he hoped that it would "get rid of everything" that President Barack Obama had done, and then added that the president's "racist" health care law forced white people to pay more to use tanning beds. Read more...

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Rachel Maddow reminded her viewers that Republicans like Rand Paul chalking up mistakes to "youthful indiscretions" is nothing new. Read more...
Your quote of the day from Coalition to Stop Gun Violence's Ladd Everitt when asked by Melissa-Harris Perry about the NRA's incoming president, Jim Porter: Read more...
Jon Stewart did his best to make a mockery of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for being brazen enough to consider a presidential run in 2016, given the fact that he's not exactly popular with most of the country, or even within his own party, with his penchant to stick his finger in the eye of his fellow Republicans if it means he's elevating his own profile. Read more...
Frank Gaffney has teamed up with Benghazi headbangers and birther conspiracists to keep the hate alive. Read more...
From this Thursday's Hardball, former RNC Chairman and now unfortunately for anyone who watches the network, MSNBC contributor Michael Steele, decided to get into a spat with Chris Matthews over whether CPAC 2013 ought to be inviting the likes of birthers like Donald Trump to speak at the conference rather than those from the Republican party who might actually have a chance of winning a national election. Steele's response was basically to dismiss all of Trump's birther talk and attempt to paint it as ancient history. Read more...