Joe always going to keep it a hunnid
Vice President Biden has never been one to bite his tongue when it comes to his political opponents, especially Mitt Romney and his VP nominee, Paul Ryan.
Speaking at a campaign event in Virginia on Tuesday, Biden told the Obama supporters that they have more to fear than just an attack on the middle class if Romney is elected, and that their very freedom is at stake:
“Look at their budget, and what they are proposing,” Biden said. “Romney wants to let–he said in the first hundred days, he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules. Unchain Wall Street.”
Biden then paused, and said, “they going to put y’all back in chains.”
Many GOP members were quick to react to Biden’s remarks, making a racial connection between the vice president’s “chains” comment and slavery. Biden was speaking to a largely black crowd in the heart of Danville,Virginia; a city with a long history of racial tension.
Although his language may seem extreme to some, historically, working class people have been enslaved by corporations, and big business is something “Money Makin” Mitt is very familiar with.
Do you think Biden’s statements were too extreme or is he right?