'He feels he's doing what he needs to do, and he seems to me at peace with himself.'
HENRY KISSINGER, former U.S. Secretary of State, on President George W. Bush's steadfastness in response to increasingly low approval ratings and an unpopular war in Iraq
'I ordered my bodyguards to take over because I got tired of beating them myself.'
KIM SEUNG-YOUN, one of South Korea's wealthiest businessmen, who was sentenced to 11/2 years in prison for abducting and assaulting Seoul karaoke-bar workers who had fought with his son, a student at Yale
'Let the cards fall where they fall. We have...