One of Isabel Wilkinson’s commenters gets it right:
Ferragamo loafers: $520
Dolce & Gabbana blazer: $1,700
Battistoni custom-made shirt: $700
Galliano trousers: $1800
Fooling American voters into believing your opponent is an elitist: PRICELESS
Of course, given McCain’s attitude toward the truth, he’s perfectly capable of denying that he owns the Ferragamos, just as O.J. Simpson denied he’d ever owned the Bruno Maglis there were photos of him wearing. After all, McCain is willing to deny having said things there is videotape of him saying.
Perhaps O.J., while he searches for Nicole’s “real killer,” can be on the lookout for McCain’s “honor.” They seem to inhabit the same alternative reality.
Footnote I have no idea whether the description and price list given for the rest of McCain’s wardrobe are accurate; the Ferragamos are real.
Second footnote Of course James Joyner is right that McCain’s choice of footwear has nothing to do with his fitness for the Presidency. Nor did John Edwards’s haircut. Sauce, goose, gander.