“Most people know the staff at the local Starbucks better than McCain knows Palin”
David Mark and Fred Barbash, of Politico, about John McCain’s Vice Presidential pick.
“It won’t work. This is a nation that elected men with such middle names as Gamaliel, Milhous and Rudolph. This also is the home of Elvis, Madonna, Oprah and Rush. We love unusual names.”
David Walters, at the Washington Post, commenting on Ann Coulter’s attempt to make Barack Obama look dangerous by calling him B. Husein Obama.
“Apparently tweeting, friending and linking have not infiltrated popular culture as much as one might think.”
Tanya Irwin, of Online Media Daily, commenting on a global study by Synovate that found that 58% of people aren’t familiar with social networking.
“You actually spend more time in your browser than you do in your car.”
Brian Rakowski, a Google group product manager, commenting on its new browser, Chrome.
“fashion is no longer a rich man’s privilege”.
Priya Tanna, editor of Vogue India, who draped flashy fashion accessories on ordinary Indians for a photo shoot for the August issue, responding to New York Times, which criticized the effort.
“Standing on that stage, I saw past the balloons, confetti and cheers. I was left with a singular image. One of a man who will take his improbable journey and draw from it at every turn to change our country and our world for the better.”
Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, on her blog that chronicles the presidential campaign from the inside.