Biden Campaigns in Green Bay


Vice-President Joe Biden made his first trip to Wisconsin Sunday since Janesville Congressman Paul Ryan was named to the GOP presidential ticket. Biden continued his attacks on his vice-presidential rival.

Vice-President Biden spoke at the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, and suggested that the Romney-Ryan ticket went off track from the facts during last week’s Republican National Convention. The Vice-President says Representative Ryan was wrong to criticize the lack of progress on recommendations from a bi-partisan debt commission.

Biden also attacked Ryan’s plans for changing Medicaid, Medicare and to provide a tax cut for the wealthy.And Biden took on Ryan and Mitt Romney for raising concerns about getting U.S. troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Biden’s remarks went over well with audience memebr Ray Schleis of Green Bay. “We finally found out what the truth is.”

Nancy Grandillo of Sheboygan says the vice-president correctlydissected Ryan’s health care plan . “It seems like his plan would make it harder for seniors.”

Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson commented on the Biden visit, saying,”The Vice-President and President Obama are running a campaign based on distractions, division and class warfare, instead of theirrecord.”