1. Jeff Kurtti says

    The point is not the USE of the word, it’s the context. Romney calls this horrifying Ryan Budget “marvelous.” Obama refers to the inspiring words of Dr. Martin Luther King as “marvelous,” to the accomplishments of his beloved wife as “marvelous,” to the nation of Chile as “marvelous.”

    It’s the difference between “that was a marvelous sunset” and “this bag of fertilzer is marvelous.”

  2. says

    Wow! Obama is starting to look needy when he has to jump on the world “marvelous” in order to try to score political points. Surely there are some voters who want to hear the issues discussed not attacks because someone said “marvelous.” And, if Obama doesn’t think it’s marvelous, instead of rididucling the word, he should explain his reasoning.

  3. Derrick from Philly says


    Marvelous explanation of the difference in how the word is being used. Thanks.