Who said  it?

1. “The other day the White House testified before Congress, bragging that they used the ‘least untruthful statement.’ Where I come from that’s called a lie.”

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

2. “NOT only is President Obama leading from behind, now he’s leading from behind Bill Clinton. After dithering for two years over what to do about the slaughter in Syria, the president was finally shoved into action by the past and perhaps future occupant of his bedroom.”

3. “As people get a better feeling that this is a lockbox with only phone numbers, no names, no addresses in it, we have used it sparingly, it is absolutely overseen by the legislature, the judicial branch and the executive branch, has lots of protections built in.”

4. “First of all, if I was in charge of this issue we would never have never gotten to this point [in Syria], we would have identified elements that we could have worked with, and we would have made sure that those elements, not the Al Qaeda elements, were the best armed, best equipped and best trained.”

5. “I think [Edward Snowden's] a traitor. I think he has committed crimes in effect by violating agreements given the position he had. He was a contractor employee, but he obviously had been granted top secret clearance. And I think it’s one of the worst occasions in my memory of somebody with access to classified information doing enormous damage to the national security interests of the United States.”

Answers are: 1. here, 2. here, 3. here, 4. here and 5. here.

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective.