Did you possibly mean teleprompter?
- n. Plural form of teleprompter.
“Having bonded with his twin teleprompters, the president would be detailed for ceremonial speech-making.”
“So Obama has to wait until the teleprompters are all in place - again - before he can say something "substantive," like responding to Bush.”
“A correspondent there said "oddly they are setting up teleprompters which is rather unusual for this type of event ...”
“Real solutions, real experience, no need for "teleprompters" for speeches.”
“LIbs are jealous that someone can give a great speech WITHOUT READING cue teleprompters which is all the embarrassing one (your Messiah) can do!!”
“The kind of teleprompters used in Denver, and so far as I know, everywhere in the past, are scrolled mechanically by an operator who closely follows the pace of the speaker.”
“It doesn't fit with the teleprompters taking up all the cargo spaces!!!”
“He has become a farce and is just showing everyone that he's all smoke and mirrors, an empty suit without his teleprompters.”
“The postings blaming President Obama for any of this (fyi, all presidents since Lyndon Johnson have used teleprompters, Bush simply could not always read his) are pure nonsense. tochi”
“They say Obama is using teleprompters and he is, just like every other President and we buy it.”
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