- n a person who is regarded as eccentric or mad
- He would search the crowds for a first-class nutter who might challenge him on "death panels," but he was constantly disappointed.
- More on Grassley: Todd Gitlin reports that Grassley was silent when a town meeting nutter called the President a Nazi and said he wanted to kill him.
- Michael Nazir-Ali in Kent News
Dr Nazir-Ali said: "I am sorry that Tony Blair feels he could not talk about his faith in case people thought he was a nutter." "A Christian vision underlies all that is important about Britain: its laws, institutions and values."
- Barry George in Reuters UK
George, described by his defence as "the local nutter" with personality problems, had an IQ of 75, putting him among the lowest 5 percent of the population.
- Paul Keating in Sydney Morning Herald
He turned up in the last couple of years when I was prime minister. I used to regard him as a sort of resident nutter on their side,Keating recalled. "If Tony Abbott ends up the prime minister of Australia, you've got to say, God help us :...