'We will raise production when the market justifies it.' ALI AL-NAIMI, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, after the country rebuffed President George W. Bush's request that OPEC nations immediately pump more oil to decrease record prices
'They've declared her dead more times than a cat's got lives.' BILL CLINTON, former U.S. President, on his wife Hillary Clinton and her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination
'How many people have seen or touched their medical record? That really shouldn't be the case in this information age.' MARISSA MAYER, Google executive, on the launch of a free service that allows customers to track their medical history online
'You don't remove the word Coca from Coca-Cola and just leave Cola. It's ludicrous.' ARYE BARAK, spokesman for an Israeli movie distributor, on requests by religious authorities that the word sex be removed from ads for the movie Sex and the City, which opens in Israel on May 29
'This is the century when white people will become a minority in this country. What that means is, right now, we need to have a clear picture of where we're headed.' BEN JEALOUS, newly named president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, who at 35 is the youngest leader in the NAACP's 99-year history
'I'm not going to sing anymore. I've hung my microphone up.' VICTORIA BECKHAM, former Spice Girl, announcing that she is retiring from performing to focus on her work in fashion
'You know, it's hard enough to get one person.' WOODY ALLEN, film director, when asked about his chances of participating in a threesome, the subject of his new romantic comedy, Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Back & Forth Appeasement War
GEORGE W. BUSH U.S. President, in a speech to the Israeli parliament, evoking the appeasement of Adolf Hitler, taken by some as an attack on Barack Obama "Some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along."
BARACK OBAMA Democratic presidential hopeful, who has said he would hold talks with Iran "The President did something that Presidents don't do, and that is launch a political attack targeted toward the domestic market in front of a foreign delegation."
GEORGE W. BUSH In an NBC interview, on whether his comment referred to Obama "You know, my policies haven't changed, but evidently the political calendar has."
ED GILLESPIE Senior Bush aide, blasting NBC for omitting parts of Bush's response, including, "People need to read the speech. You didn't get it exactly right, either." "This deceitful editing to further a media-manufactured story line is utterly misleading and irresponsible."
NBC NEWS Responding to Gillespie "NBC News, as part of a free press in a free society, makes its own editorial decisions."
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Sources: USA Today; AP; San Francisco Chronicle; AP; Chicago Tribune; Access Hollywood; AP