"The voice of the people must be heard. I am THE PRESIDENT! God bless America. God bless ME!"
: I'm actually really interested in what the sorceress has to say. What her politics are, what her diplomatic platform is... Sorceress Edea
: ... Lowlifes. Shameless filthy wretches. Spoony
: No! Wrong! Open with a joke or something, you're losing them!
"Vote for me, if you want to live."
"There's a cancer in the presidency and it's growing."
"The missiles are flying. Hallelujah. Hallelujah!"
"Mayor Quimby supports revolving-door prisons. Mayor Quimby even released Sideshow Bob, a man twice convicted of attempted murder. Can
you trust a man like Mayor Quimby? [hastily] Vote Sideshow Bob for Mayor!"
"Well, I don't agree with his Bart-killing policy, but I do approve of his Selma-killing policy..."
"Hail to the Chief... Or He'll Hack You to Pieces."
—Tagline of President's Day (2010)
: "The President's words were taken out of context." Reporter
: "Kinzie, what's the proper context for, and I quote, 'I'm the Patron Saint of America, and we should probably look into changing the Pledge of Allegiance into "One Nation Under Me"'?" Kinzie Kensington
: "That's a great question. Jane?"
"Of all my master schemes to take over the world, the thousands I killed with my army of robotic suicide squirrels, the millions I spent trying to kill you all with Push n' Eat macaroni in a tube, my even-as-of-yet uncompleted orbital death ray, and all I had to do was run for president?! I wasn't even really taking this all that seriously! I even used my real name! You voted for a guy named Doctor Insano! My running mate was Fu Manchu! I mean, I know Lex Luthor won last term, but I thought that had something to do with Superboy Prime punching reality!"
"In a storyline that happened to coincide with Nixon's resignation over the Watergate scandal, Captain America fights a group of baddies called the Secret Empire who are trying to take over the U.S. by way of nuclear bombs. In Captain America #175, Cap defeats the Secret Empire in Washington, but their leader, Number One, manages to sneak away and hides in the White House... it's totally Nixon, and yes, this was his take on Watergate. You know — ineptly bugging some offices, nuclear obliteration of your own country — it's really six of one and a half-dozen of the other."