Biden Promotes Auto Rescue
In Ohio again today, Vice President Biden took a swing at GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney for opposing the 2009 Auto Rescue. CBS News reports:
"He said quote, 'I'll take a lot of credit for the fact that the industry has come back,'" Biden said jokingly, referring to an interview Romney gave to a local TV station earlier this month. "And by the way, I'll take a lot of credit for a man having land on the moon, because all the while in school, I rooted for it."
During his speech, Biden referred to the American-made cars parked behind him that were manufactured locally. "There is a lot more than a great car in there; those three cars behind me represent pride." Biden said pointing to the vehicles.
Biden told the crowd that the he and Mr. Obama "are completely confident letting you judge who brought the auto industry back. How the president views restoring the economy and the example of the automobile industry and how Romney views restoring the economy and the example how he worked as an investor are two cautionary tales."