Kevin Madden, a top adviser to the Romney campaign, called President Obama's new "Romnesia" line "quite silly" during an appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday.
"The very fact that the president has to utter a term like that just is a glaring example of how small the campaign is," Madden said. "The Obama campaign has not been one about the future. It hasn't been talking about what they'd do over the next four years to really help rebuild the economy. Instead, they have reduced themselves to very small attacks like 'Romnesia,' which is really quite frankly silly for the president of the United States, as the leader of the free world, to begin uttering."
Appearing with Madden, Stephanie Cutter, deputy manager for the Obama campaign, said "Romnesia" was "a playful term to describe what Mitt Romney's actually doing."
On Friday, Obama described "Romnesia" as a condition his opponent was suffering from wherein he forgets the positions he took during the primary and moves toward the center.
h/t Huffington Post