- n. Plural form of puppetmaster.
“Dilbert creator Scott Adams has a great entry on his blog about his fervent hope that a secret society of puppetmasters is really running things, instead of the miserable morons (of both stripes) in Washington.”
“Rather than accept that electorates reject them because their ideas are false or foolish, they decide that corporate puppetmasters jerk the strings of citizens and induce them to vote against their "real" interests.”
“Your weakness is in the fact that you never hear anything more than your puppetmasters feed you while your opponents hear your lame arguments from every media outlet.”
“She is also too unstable to be controlled by the puppetmasters who back the candidates.”
“All of them are involved, from puppetmasters to innocent victims being lied to and maybe an affair way in the past.”
“This will show the neocons and their insurance industry puppetmasters that they can either participate in compromises or get even less than they want.”
“Questioning Everything, I challenge you to prove your screenname is valid by questioning and critically thinking about your GOP puppetmasters …”
“Bozo The Neoclown says: poor fuzzy nipples, always tilting at the windmills his corporate puppetmasters in the cancervaturd movement point him at.”
“He probably has no conscience and gets paid well by his puppetmasters.”
“There's nothing like a "grassroots" mob and their hypocritical Republican puppetmasters.”
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