"Upon reflection, I realized that while I could defend their absence from my address, I had missed an opportunity . . . an opportunity to clearly assert that non-believers have just as great a stake as believers in defending religious liberty," Romney said.
"Thomas Jefferson called for this every now and then." -- Barack Obama's wonky clue for "Revolution," in a game of "Taboo" against reporters on his campaign plane Thursday night. (His team guessed it when he offered the clue that it was also the title of a Beatles song.)
"Abercrombie & Fitch." -- Obama's guess for the clue "this is where gay people shop," in that same game. (His teammate was trying him to say, "The Gap.")
"He's sort of a reverse Gatsby." -- Oliver Stone, on President Bush, with filming set to begin on "W."
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