"He will be difficult to demonize."
Democratic pollster JOHN ANZALONE on affable GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. "He is the type of person who plays well in both a People magazine profile, on Leno, and in debates," Anzalone said. "Real people seem to see a bit of themselves in Huck."
"I would love to see a woman president, I just didn't think it would be her."
GENNIFER FLOWERS, whose affair with Bill Clinton created a scandal in 1992, on feeling conflicted about whether to vote for Hillary Clinton.
"I'm not going to get another date."
DREW PETERSON, now a suspect in the Oct. 28 disappearance of his fourth wife, on how publicity surrounding the case would affect his social life.
"This fight is not over."
U.S. Sen. BEN NELSON, D-Fla., after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Democratic Party could disallow delegates from Florida at its national convention next year because the state violated party rules by moving up its primary. Nelson predicted the party would seat the delegates because of the state's political significance.
"You don't have six murders over that time and not have first-degree."
RICK FREY on the Dec. 9 conviction of Canadian serial killer Robert Pickton for second-degree murder in the deaths of six women. Frey's daughter, Marnie, was among the victims.