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Power Girl (Character)
from Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) (V)

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Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) (V)
Batman: Tell me something, Power Girl. Now that you've been up close and personal with Luthor, how do you feel about him?
Power Girl: He's the president.
Batman: But how do you feel when you're around him?
Power Girl: He... He makes my skin crawl.
Superman: Sometimes you have to trust your instincts.
Power Girl: But how do you know when?
Batman: Now.

Batman: Why aren't you with the boy?
Power Girl: I'm close enough right here. And he's not really that much of a boy, you know? He's 13.

Power Girl: Luthor did the one thing nobody was expecting. He made things boring again. And boring is good, isn't it? The economy is back to normal. Crime is down. There are no wars or anything.
Superman: He's up to something. Can't anybody see that?
Captain Atom: That's what I thought at first. Eventually, I realized all he's trying to do is put that formidable intellect to work doing such a good job, no one will have a choice but to respect him. It's all about ego now.
Superman: I'll never respect him. He's a sick man.
Major Force: He's not the first to sit in the Oval Office.
Captain Atom: He's right. There have been womanizers, drunks, crooks, but Nixon helped turn our worst enemy into our best trading partner. And Johnson gave us the Voting Rights Act.
Superman: Thanks for the history lesson, but I'm not buying it.
Power Girl: Come on, work with us. Please? We need you.
Superman: Sorry.
[Superman flies off]
Captain Atom: I guess Luthor's not the only one with an ego.

Power Girl: He didn't do it. I'm sure of it.
Lex Luthor: Oh, really?
Power Girl: It's just not in him.
Lex Luthor: Do me a favor. Think back to three years ago. Could you have even dreamed back then that I would be president today? Did you think it was in me? Then if I could change that much, couldn't he?