The week in one-liners – PATRICK GAVIN | POLITICO CLICK

The week’s top 10 quotes in American politics:

“Well, I’m not going to —- though I’d love to be the spokesperson for Warren Buffett. … I bet that’s a good gig.” — White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, pondering a new career.

“See, kids excited about vegetables and salad bars. I want the world to know: We can do this.” — First lady Michelle Obama, not giving up hope.

“I just voted for Bristol on DWTS! She’s enduring a lot & should be proud. It’s shameful the way she is being attacked. vote-800-868-3407.” — Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell, cheering on Bristol Palin.

“He’s my favorite Republican.” — “The View” co-host Joy Behar, on Mike Huckabee.

“Could this be the moment that sets the world on fire?” — Fox News’s Glenn Beck, on the situation in Korea.

“Keep your hands off my teabag, Mr. President.” — Rush Limbaugh, addressing airport security.

“Good to be back at an auto plant, banging things!” — Vice President Joe Biden, touring a Chrysler factory in Kokomo, Ind.

“Let me say, it feels pretty good to stop at least one shellacking this November.” — President Barack Obama, pardoning two Thanksgiving turkeys.

“Go ahead, touch my junk.” — POLITICO columnist Michael Kinsley, offering his take on TSA screening procedures.

“I want to kick Obama’s ass the next election and get a Republican elected.” — Meghan McCain, pondering a career in political consulting.

The week in one-liners – PATRICK GAVIN | POLITICO CLICK.

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