— Mitt Romney on his 2012 presidential campaign on Fox News Sunday.
— President Obama in the third presidential debate in October.
— Speaker John Boehner expressing some frustration over the sequester, according to NBC News. The sequester is set to take effect Friday.
— Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) on the House floor yesterday, according to the Washington Post. The only item on the House agenda Monday was to rename a California NASA facility. On Friday, the sequester will cut about $894 million from NASA in FY 2013.
— Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) on the state of the Republican party to the New Yorker.
— Former President Jimmy Carter on Ben Affleck's movie 'Argo' to CNN's Piers Morgan.
— Former Democratic Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. to the Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet as he left the courtroom. Jackson pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges that he conspired to misuse campaign funds. Jackson, who resigned in November after serving Illinois in the House of Representatives for 17 years, faces prison time when he is sentenced in June.
— Vice President Joe Biden to his wife Jill on how to protect herself, according to Parents Magazine. Biden believes you should purchase shotguns instead of assault weapons for protection.
— Former Sen. Alan Simpson (R-WY) to his critics who ridiculed the 2010 deficit reduction plan he co-sponsored with Democrat Erskine Bowles, according to TPM. Bowles and Simpson unveiled a new plan today.
— Congressman Steve Cohen (D-TN) revealed to NBC News that the 24-year-old model he tweeted, Victoria Brink, was not a romantic interest, but his daughter. Rep. Cohen found out that Victoria was his daughter three years ago.
— NRA chief Wayne LaPierre in his "Stand and Fight" op-ed in the Daily Caller.
— Speaker John Boehner on whether or not the House could support an agreement that includes a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants now living in the United States, according to ABC News.