Elizabeth Warren seen furiously nodding in approval.

Via The Hill:

Mitt Romney made an impromptu swing by a Massachusetts body shop Thursday afternoon to again hammer President Obama over the president’s suggestion last week that the success of private enterprises in the United States were dependent on public infrastructure and programs.

Republicans have seized on a moment during a town hall speech last week where the president, discussing infrastructure like roads and highways, argued that “if you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”

On Thursday, his Republican opponent blasted the president, arguing the pair had a fundamentally different idea of how the economy worked.

“It wasn’t a gaffe. It was instead his ideology,” Romney said.

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