President Obama on fifth consecutive month of job growth: "This report is a sign our economy is getting stronger by the day." Of the 431,000 jobs created in May, 411,000 were census workers.
White House correspondent Helen Thomas to Jews in Israel: "Get the hell out of Palestine. Remember these people are occupied, and it’s their land."
Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ): "The fight is about who is going to run public education in New Jersey. The parents and the people they elect or the mindless, faceless union leaders who decide that they're going to be the ones who run it because they have the money and the authority to bully around school boards and local councils. So, listen, I
In response to a radio transmission by the Israeli Navy warning the Gaza flotilla that they are approaching a naval blockade, passengers of the Mavi Marmara respond, "Shut up, go back to Auschwitz" and "We're helping Arabs go against the US, don't forget 9/11" (source: IDF)
Alan Colmes defends President Obama for being emotionless during the oil spill. "He is a very competent guy that keeps his cool under fire," Colmes said of Obama. On the Israeli incident, Colmes defended Hamas as a "duly elected" government.
Ari Fleischer gives advice to President Obama on how to handle the political side of oil spill. On "Morning Joe" he discusses why the president has to cancel his trip to Indonesia. "The thing that will protect Barack Obama is [that] he's a Democrat, if this were a Republican president, the Democrats and environmentalists would never give him a b
Andrew Romanoff (D-CO), US Senate candidate, says he was not promised a job or was guaranteed one. He would not say if his conversation with White House deputy chief of staff Messina and a subsequent email was "inappropriate." However, Romanoff did say the email he received was from an official White House account. The conversation "made no di
BP's new television ad campaign features apologetic CEO Tony Hayward. "We will honor all legitimate claims," Hayward says. The TV ad, which is appearing on national cable and broadcast networks, including ABC and CNN, has the same tag line as the newspaper ads: "We will get this done. We will make this right."
Bill O'Reilly on the U.N. criticizing U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan, the White House approaching Andrew Romanoff about a possible job, and the Los Angeles Unified School District telling students that the Arizona anti-illegal immigration law is wrong.
"We're going to move on reform of Fannie and Freddie and the broader housing finance system as soon as we get this bill passed."
Louisiana Rep. Charlie Melancon calls for BP CEO Tony Hayward to resign in the wake of 'flippant' remarks.
Richard Wolffe talks about Gov. Bobby Jindal's letter to the White House expressing his worry about oil companies that might be hurt by a moratorium on deep-water drilling.
Charles Krauthammer on the latest case of the White House talking about a job with a Senate hopeful.