Joe Biden hit the stump in Ohio on Thursday, making sure to remind autoworkers there about Mitt Romney’s opposition to the government bailout of GM and Chrysler.
After first praising President Obama for “taking a chance” on the
American auto industry, the vice president pivoted to blast the current,
if embattled, GOP front-runner, the Chicago Tribune reports.
“Gov. Romney’s predictions of a living dead? We have now living
proof: a million jobs saved, 200,000 new jobs created,” Biden told a
group of about 500 at a United Auto Workers hall in Toledo.