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Thought 'chains' comment was bad? Wait 'til you hear Joe Biden's latest GOP attack
DANVILLE, KY - OCTOBER 11: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the vice presidential debate at Centre College October 11, 2012 in Danville, Kentucky. This is the second of four debates during the presidential election season and the only debate between the vice presidential candidates before the closely-contested election November 6.Credit: Getty Images

Thought 'chains' comment was bad? Wait 'til you hear Joe Biden's latest GOP attack

As if telling your African American supporters that your opponent wants to "put y'all back in chains," Vice President Joe Biden has doubled down on the negative rhetoric with a whole new attack.  At a campaign event in Nevada today, Biden told an audience of supporters that bullets from Paul Ryan and other Republican "Young Guns" are aimed at them.


The Romney campaign was quick to respond to Biden's comments with a statement of their own:

“Today’s over-the-top rhetoric by Vice President Biden is disappointing, but not all that surprising. In the absence of a vision or plan to move the country forward, the Vice President is left only with ugly political attacks beneath the dignity of the office he occupies. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will bring serious leadership to Washington that will focus on an agenda of job creation and economic growth that benefits all Americans.”

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