JASPER GLAMOR SHOT: “Saturday, in the park. Except it is NYC not Chicago. And October not July. But still.” — Fox News’ “The Five” Dana Perino.
The Vocabulary Police
“Odd way for NYT 2 phrase it: ‘teenagers are now abandoning Facebook in lieu of Twitter’ [shouldn’t it be, in favor of?” — C-SPAN Communications Director Howard Mortman. He links to this story.
“Though I stopped six years ago, I spent almost six years of my life breastfeeding seven children (including twins). So, yes, I’m all for it.” — NationalReviewOnline Contributor Colette Moran.
The Ass Kisser
“I gotta say, I expected to enjoy the early bio stuff about @krauthammer on the @BretBaier special. But ended up being glued for whole thing.” — NationalReviewOnline‘s Jonah Goldberg, a member of the Fox All-Star team.
Flack encounters rudeness at Safeway
“The cashier at Safeway at 6:30 am is about as polite as you’d expect (she isn’t).” — Ellen Carmichael, GOP operative and former spokesman to presidential hopeful Herman Cain.
Politico Playbook Publish Time: 9:10 a.m.
Weiner returns in theater of the absurd
“”I have heard the ‘It’s not the crime it’s the cover-up’ take on this many times; perhaps that’s right,” former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY.) told the NYT by email for a story published Sunday on “Domesticated,” a new play at Lincoln Center about powerful couples and infidelity. “I clearly made it worse by not being truthful, and not a day goes by that I don’t regret being honest with my wife and others. But the way that the revelations were reported, sneered at and joked about makes it obvious that they would have garnered as much attention with or without my transparency.” (Interesting take. Yes, let’s just blame it all on reporters and their sinister pursuit to uncover the man in the bulging gray shorts.)