"I have almost all the confidence in the world that whatever I say is not going to make the news tonight." –White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, opening up his first press briefing after Obama's prime-time press conference remark that Cambridge police acted "stupidly" in arresting Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr.
"My kids would die ... They'd be--they wouldn't make it through the summer." –First Lady Michelle Obama, discussing Sasha and Malia Obama's love of laptop computers.
"Now I know folks think I"m a city boy..." –President Barack Obama, addressing a White House crowd of country music fans.
"I think I have the perect antidote, Mr. Chairman, to teenage pregnancy. Require every teenager to sit through one of these markups. If that doesn’t put you in a nonsexual, noninteractive mood, nothing will." –Rep. Joe Barton, expressing his rejection of the Democrats' health care bill (via The Washington Examiner).
"I went to the movie this weekend with a gun." - Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck.
"Also learn to spell Pelosi." –The Democratic National Committee, Tweeting objections to Sen. Chuck Grassley's poor spelling of the Speaker's last name.
"Quiet down, we don't want to wake the Russians." –David Letterman, in one of his "Top Ten" things overheard at Sara Palin's farewell party.
"I think my head is going to explode." –Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly, reacting to Obama's health care proposals.
"Small children and unruly people who are demanding attention." –Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, assessing the leadership of North Korea.
"and on a completely different note I will NOT in fact be sharing my bra size, that was a very sleepy tweet last night but I aint no an A cup." –Meghan McCain, Twittering