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Tuesday, December 28, 2010


Ok, slightly misleading headline. Actually, though, depending on your criteria for defining a 'Birther,' you might find MSNBC's Chris Matthews in that category. If you define 'Birther' as someone who believes Obama wasn't born in the United States, Matthews himself vehemently states, 'I am not a birther - I am an enemy of the birthers.' If, on the other hand, your definition of a 'Birther' is someone who wants the president to produce additional information to prove that he was, Matthews is a 'Birther.'

Matthews, David Corn, and Clarence Page are playing the game along with Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie, who made news by saying he's going to attempt to produce further evidence that Obama was born in Hawaii not in the interest of proving it but in the interest of embarrassing the 'Birthers.' If you start out with that premise, you're on solid ground with the liberal media as Corn, Page, and Matthews demonstrate in this exchange.

Despite the derision poured onto the 'Birther' movement by these guys, common ground appears to be found. All three agree that if further evidence can be produced, Obama should do it. The difference between the 'Birthers' and the far left is becoming an increasingly emotional semantic one. In fact, Matthews is nearly apoplectic at the percentage of people cited in the poll he reads in this segment. 20% of Americans believe Obama was born elsewhere. Unbeknownst to him, Matthews makes the case of the 'Birthers.'

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