Vice President Biden Stops in Green Bay


by WDJT Editor

GREEN BAY, WI -- At least 1,000 people welcomed Vice President Joe Biden to the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay on Sunday.

The Vice President came with his son and grandson. He spoke for about 30 minutes as part of the Obama campaign "Road to Charlotte" tour.

Mr. Biden addressed issues that Governor Mitt Romney and Congressman Paul Ryan touched on during the Republican Convention in Tampa Bay last week.

"I love that they discovered the middle class at the convention, isn't that amazing?" Biden said. "They call their plan new, bold and gutsy. But there is nothing gutsy about a trillion-dollar tax cut for millionaires, nothing bold about cutting Medicare and turning it into a voucher system."


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