Carol: When a fire starts, it's not our policy to put it out?
C.J.: That's something they shouldn't say. Put that in the memo with a big red circle and a line going through it.
Ainsley: You need a haircut.
Sam: Shouldn't you be trying to keep me out of jail or something?
C.J.: I want you to get with one of your friends in the press room from a conservative paper.
Ainsley: You really think we have a secret handshake, don't you?
C.J.: Do you?
Donna: You know what they do to a girl like me on the cell block? I've seen those movies.
Josh: Yeah, me too.
Donna: I bet you have.
Bartlet: Are we out of pens? That's a good pen, I need an everyday pen.
Charlie: I've got pens.
Bartlet: You've got crappy pens with plastic tops. I need a solid pen that feels good in my hand but it's not so formal I feel like a dandy.
Charlie: I'm making some trips to pen stores, aren't I, Mr. President?
Donna: Why are you a Republican?
Cliff: Because I hate poor people. I hate them, Donna. They're all so poor, and many of 'em talk funny, and don't have proper table manners. My father slaved away at the Fortune 500 company he inherited so that I could go to Choate, Brown and Harvard and see that this country isn't overrun by poor people and lesbians. No, I'm Republican because I believe in smaller government. This country was founded on the principle of freedom, and freedom stands opposed to contraints, and the bigger the government, the more the constraints.
Cliff: You agree with that?
Donna: No, it's crap, but you're really cute.