"Um, Medved—Medvedova, whatever."
Sen. Hillary Clinton, at the Democratic presidential debate last week in Ohio, stumbling over the name of Russia's likely new president, Dmitri Medvedev
"At least we've got somebody older than me in the race. That's good."
Sen. John McCain, the 71-year-old GOP presidential candidate, on the decision by Ralph Nader, 74, to enter the race as an independent
"I don't answer those humiliating questions. But whichever one it is, I look good in 'em."
Sen. Barack Obama, choosing a different path than Bill Clinton did in the past in refusing to answer the question: Boxers or briefs?
"He's a really good guy. He's finally going to be the son that George never had."
Laura Bush, the first lady, on her daughter Jenna's fiancé, Henry Hager
Sources: New York Times, Chicago Tribune, US Weekly, CBS Early Show