"They won't say this out loud, but these guys all think they were cannon fodder for Pelosi and Obama," Trippi says.
If that meant a quarter million or so jobs had to go in the process, well, in every war there is cannon fodder.
During the riots, one of our able editors had said in a meeting that we were using black journalists as “cannon fodder.”
They also suspected that they might be used simply as cannon fodder by the Americans.
He thought of George as clay to the hand of a sergeant, not as cannon fodder.
England utilizes the refuse of her domestic establishment as cannon fodder.
An abundance of cannon fodder is essential to the success of the scheme.
When misfortune and lack of cannon fodder oppressed him, Napoleon became again the practical man not blinded by his supremacy.
Their opponents sneeringly referred to them as "cannon fodder," and made jokes about "that big bore Cannon."
But here appeared the cannon fodder demanding to be shot down in its craze for Triumphant Germany.