President Obama caused a bit of a stir during his speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors when he took a jab at Mitt Romney's use of the word "marvelous" to describe Paul Ryan's budget plan.
"He often called it 'marvelous,'" Obama said, "which is a word you don't often hear when it comes to describing a budget. It's a word you don't often hear generally."
Almost immediately, Politico's Dylan Byers found three instances of Obama saying the word "marvelous" in various speeches.
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Mitt Romney is trying to tag Obama with the "L" word: liberal. In a campaign speech today in Michigan, Romney started hammering away at that word. Here are some excerpts from the middle of the speech: President Obama chose to apply ... Read Post