"That's right, I said they tried to disgrace our day. Do not respond. This is our day, they won't take it away," Rev. Al Sharpton said on FOX News.
"He is the cotton picking president of the United States! If the president of the United States doesn’t have enough of a bully pulpit to convince people that…a lie is a lie," Rick Sanchez said on CNN.
"We saw what happened to the credit markets, what happened to the stability of our financial system. All of that accumulated after many years into one big pot hole, that the size of which any stimulus was unlikely to fill," White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said when asked if the stimulus was too small.
President Obama criticizes the economic policies of former President Bush and the current "partisan minority" in Congress. Obama asks Republicans to drop the economic "blockade." RELATED VIDEO: Obama
MSNBC entertains a Newsweek analysis that shows the Democrats are in "better shape" than they were in 1994. Newsweek says that there is "difficulty" for the GOP to fault President Obama for the current economy. Newsweek also says there is an "uphill battle" for John Boehner.
Former Chairman of Connecticut's Democratic Party John Droney on President Obama campaigning for candidates: "I'm not stupid and he is not a big vote getter for us right now."
POLITICO says the Democrats have a lot of seats to defend with a limited amount of money.RealClearPolitics currently rates 113 Democratic seats in play, 31 as leans or likely to go Republican and 34 as toss ups
An "optimistic" Howard Dean says the Democrats have "much better candidates" than the GOP. Dean says "it will be close" but the Democrats will hold on to the House.
AP: President Barack Obama says he isn't worried about a recent poll showing that nearly one-fifth of Americans believe he is a Muslim. Obama, who is a Christian, says "the facts are the facts." In an interview broadcast Sunday on "NBC Nightly News," the president blamed the confusion over his religious beliefs on "a network of misinformation."
Florida's Republican Senate candidate Marco Rubio on issues facing voters. Rubio says the job of the government is not to create jobs, but to harbor the "environment" to make it possible. Rubio also discusses the current poll numbers in the Florida US Senate race.
Liberal radio talk show host Bill Press defends his statement that Glenn Beck's weekend rally in Washington, D.C. is like "granting al Qaeda permission to hold a rally on September 11th at Ground Zero."
Lisa Jackson, EPA administrator: "That hasn’t changed. And the other thing that hasn’t changed is my belief that I have a legal obligation and an obligation under the Clean Air Act to move forward with regulatory steps. Now I’ve said all along that this isn't either or. You can’t pick legislation or regulation entirely. Y
Homeowners Association tells Florida assistant police chief to take down patriotic sign.