- n. Plural form of potshot.
“That's a pretty good summation of the conservative plan of (in) action: Cheney is rewarded, not because of any real accomplishments, not because of any insight or actual leadership, but because he is good at taking potshots from the sidelines.”
“That is one reason that governors have an advantage over senators, namely that govs have not had to deal directly with the issues the senators have and so can take potshots from the sideline (as Edwards is now doing from a position of private citizen).”
“None of the immediately foregoing is intended to take broad-brush pejorative potshots at everyone who opposes abortion.”
“Here's my theory: Since you don't use your professional name here, people make potshots which is insanely stupid, since you're obviously someone REAL and will certainly remember THEIR name, and God help 'em if they ever query you...oh karma...love it.”
“… In response to one blogger who chided the White House for failing to fight for the public option while taking "potshots" at the liberal activists, DeParle said: "The president is fighting for this.”
“Mark Sanchez threw three touchdown passes and the Jets sacked Tom Brady five times in the most-hyped of the weekend's four postseason games following a week of verbal potshots from both teams.”
“The entire show takes potshots at everyone and everything so in context, the comment isn't misogynistic.”
“The potshots lobbed across the air waves are bigger than any of the potholes cratered on the streets of Buffalo after a long hard winter.”
“He's hilarious, he's fearless, and he never, ever takes potshots at easy targets, like former witches running for the Senate on an anti-masturbation platform.”
“Even though some in his party would love for him to take potshots at Obama some have begged him to, Bush has consistently declined.”
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