The week's top ten one-liners in politics:
"What we have to do today is make a covenant, to slit our wrists, be blood brothers on this thing." -Rep Michele Bachmann, speaking out against the dangers of health care reform.
"Get your ratings if you want, you're just screwing your political party."MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, addressing conservative radio talk show hosts.
"She would blatantly say, ‘I want to just take this money and quit being governor.’ She started to say it frequently, but she didn’t know how to do it. When she came home from work, it seemed like she was more and more stressed out.” -Levi Johnston, dishing on former Alaska governor Sarah Palin in Vanity Fair.
"I don't know what's on the menu, but I'm sure it will be good." -President Barack Obama, before the White House's Iftar Dinner.
"The answer to that is, they're a—holes." -Van Jones, Obama's green jobs adviser, referring to Republicans in a video that surfaced this week of a Berkeley, California event in February.
"That is a pretty big deal from a commitment standpoint." -Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, when asked if he'd consider running for the Senate seat of the late Ted Kennedy.
"Oligarhy." - How FOX News' Glenn Beck spelled "oligarchy" on a chalkboard while trying to make a point about the Obama administration.
"Mo money!" - RNC Chairman Michael Steele, in response to a Howard University student's statement that she was pursuing a degree in business law.
"Who let the Blue Dogs out?" -A chyron on "Hardball".
"That is the voice of God because its the voice of truth and experience." - MSNBC's Chris Matthews, reacting to a Bill Clinton