More moneyshot quotes this week ...
"I don't want my 17-year-old son to have to pick tomatoes or make beds in Las Vegas."
-- Karl Rove, who apparently didn't get the memo about the robust US economy
"Why are you making these statements?" (vice presidential counsel David) Addington asked White House communications director Dan Bartlett.
"Your boss is the one who wanted" them, Bartlett replied, referring to Cheney.
"We're a day late in getting responses to the story," Rove told a staff meeting, according to Libby's notes.
"Get the full story out," Cheney told aides, according to Libby's grand jury testimony.
"I'd like them to stop. They should do a show where torture backfires."
-- Army Brig. Gen. Patrick Finnegan, dean of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, about the hit television show "24", which routinely depicts the use of torture to extract information to prevent terrorist attacks. Update (2/13): More from ThinkProgress.
"I thought about calling in sick, but my bosses would figure it out pretty quickly. 'Oh, you were sick, were you? I saw your picture. Nice try.'" Besides, "I've been to enough fashion shows to know how fun they are," she said, rolling her eyes ever so slightly. "My first show ever was Heatherette when I was a freshman and Amanda Lepore came out naked, wearing just lipstick. I'm completely spoiled. Every time I see a show now, it's like, 'Really? That's all you're going to do? You just want me to look at the clothes?'"
--eldest Bush twin Barbara, on skipping New York fashion shows because she had to work