Do Deaf people consider themselves disabled?

The “disability” label has been hotly debated in Deaf circles.  Many disabled groups and disability theorists argue that, in most cases, it is not biological limitation, but rather a social structure designed for a particular type of citizen that creates a disability.  Deaf people can do everything that hearing people can do, except hear.  They write and publish books, they own businesses, they teach, star in movies, practice law, they work in virtually all fields.  However, because the majority language happens to be spoken English, they are often at a disadvantage.