- n. Plural form of surrogate.
“But the point here -- and the reason I used the term "surrogates" is, these contractors are performing tasks that a generation ago would've been performed by somebody in uniform.”
“The problem with Obama and his surrogates is that they are "latte" drinking super liberal left wing nuts that are so far our of touch with reality that they have no idea how the other half of us live.”
“His reference to hypocrisy sending out surrogates is certainly the "pot calling the kettle black!" as my mama used to say.”
“Me thinks the drumbeat of so called Mrs. Clinton supporters are actually McCain surrogates who are rooting for Mrs. Clinton to be on the ticket so that they can change the tone of this campaign and control the message to their liking. —”
“The “media darling” talking points about Obama being waged by NcCain surrogates and McCain himself sound envious.”
“I just don't think the racial and ethnic campaigning by GOP surrogates is going to move the needle in the states McCain needs to win in order to have a chance.”
“Bush, through the director of FEMA, FOX News, and other surrogates, is pushing the spin that the people of New Orleans brought this disaster on themselves by NOT evacuating the city.”
“Yet now the hunt for al Qaeda and its surrogates is conducted as much in the meaner streets of London, Hamburg, Paris, Rome, and Chicago as it is in the caves and defiles of the North-West Frontier.”
“Matt, come back, your surrogates are all weak, I miss your gin and tonic.”
“Other big-name surrogates were thick on Virginia's leaf-covered ground over the weekend.”
Looking for tweets for surrogates.