I use the term “bi-curious” to denote folks who make friendly explorations into the birther issue. Representative Yoho sponsored a “birther bill” in Congress, previously earning for himself that distinction.
Now the New York Times takes Yoho to task for ignorant remarks about the economy. The Times wrote:
Representative Ted Yoho, a freshman Florida Republican who had no experience in elective office before this year, said the largest economy on earth should learn from his large-animal veterinary practice.
While the Times didn’t mention Yoho’s flirtation with birtherism, it was not lost on Salon.com, quick to repeat the Times story with the birther connection.
If you lay down with dogs, you get up with fleas.