The Note: Trouble, My Friend, Right Here

WASHINGTON, Mar. 1

The Thursday Note quiz. You gotta play to win.

Send your entries to politicalunit@abcnews.com.

The first successful entrant gets to buy lunch for ABC News' Teddy Davis.

It is, as always, a multi-part quiz.

Part I: Match the political figure with his or her biggest problem. (See choices below.)

Part II: Answer "yes" or "no" -- does the person recognize this as his or her biggest problem and evince urgency in fixing things?

Part III: Answer "yes" or "no" -- is the person currently on the path to fixing his or her problem?

A. George W. Bush: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

B. Speaker Nancy Pelosi: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

C. Rep. John Murtha: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

D. Sen. Hillary Clinton: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

E. Sen. John McCain: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

F. former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson:

Part I ________________ Part II: __________

Part III: __________

G. Sen. Barack Obama: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

H. former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney:

Part I ________________ Part II: __________

Part III: __________

I. former North Carolina senator John Edwards:

Part I ________________ Part II: __________

Part III: __________

J. former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani:

Part I ________________ Part II: __________

Part III: __________

K. Rep. Rahm Emanuel: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

L. Rep. Anthony Weiner: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

M. Sen. Joe Biden: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

N. former Vice President Al Gore:

Part I ________________ Part II: __________

Part III: __________

O. Rep. John Boehner: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

P. Rep. Tom Cole: Part I ________________

Part II: __________ Part III: __________

Q. former President Bill Clinton:

Part I ________________Part II: __________

Part III: __________

R. Vice President Dick Cheney:

Part I ________________ Part II: __________

Part III: __________

Choices for Part I:

1. Is writing a book.

2. Lived in an English basement.

3. Craves Johnny Rocket's.

4. Still hasn't read "Fiasco."

5. Thinks Karl Rove is a secret supporter.

6. Was a source for Woodward.

7. Reads only Page 6 and clips.

8. Thinks Dick Holbrooke is a secret supporter.

9. SOLD stocks on Tuesday.

10. Doesn't know if Jeff Bartlett likes to be called "Jeffrey" or what his favorite brand is.

11. Secret cigarette smoker.

12. Open cigar smoker.

13. Leaks to Pickler.

14. Building consensus on the war more dangerous than not having consensus on the war.

15. Carries no cash.

16. Roy Blunt has his back.

17. Is sweet on Jay Carney.

18. Watches self on C-SPAN reruns.

19. Thinks Gordon Fischer is a secret supporter.

20. Prays for Dan Bartlett daily.

21. Thrown out of Lauriol Plaza.

22. Completely misunderstands what it means to pull a "Sister Soulja."

23. Calls Kevin Madden for advice.

24. Tells staff, "I don't care what the right political decision is; I am doing what I believe."

25. SHOULD call Kevin Madden for advice (but doesn't).

26. Wears TV makeup all day.

27. Read David Rogers growing up.

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