- n. a person who won't take sides in a controversy
“I think they express my approach to this, which is somewhat in the fence-sitter/"observer" category as opposed to "directing" anything or anybody - or playing a role.”
“I agree with Angela, I want to be a fence-sitter, someone in the audience who gets to enjoy the show and critique both the actor and the director.”
“He (his staff) would have written it, he would have buttonholed every g.d. fence-sitter and laid it out for them.”
“Democratic candidates Jerry Brown (Governor) and Senator Barbara Boxer both oppose Prop. 23, but GOP gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman is a fence-sitter.”
“The passage you cited does not demonstrate that Washington was a fence-sitter.”
“Former Rep. J.D. Hayworth, preparing to challenge McCain in the upcoming Republican primary, has launched TheCompleteDangedTruth. com, where he joins the media chorus deriding the ad and emphasizes that unlike McCain, he's no fence-sitter on border security, and is in fact the true anti-immigrant candidate.”
“You don't win a vote from a fence-sitter by insulting him.”
“Maybe more than one fence-sitter will now see through the hype and make a more informed choice.”
“Indeed, in April 2009 the environmental news publisher Environment & Energy listed Alexander as a fence-sitter [pdf] on a cap-and-trade bill.”
“Matthew, I'm a fence-sitter here but you are without doubt an idiot.”
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