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Biden stumps in Ohio's "presidents" country
The vice president continues his swing through Ohio by heading into predominently Republican areas
by WKSU's STATEHOUSE CORRESPONDENT BILL COHEN
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Vice President Joe Biden says the administration "gets it" when it comes to the middle class.
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Vice President Joe Biden campaigned today for President Barack Obama’s re-election, and in a way, the rally for the two Democrats was in the heart of what you might call “enemy” territory. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen reports on Biden’s speech in Marion.

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Vice President Joe Biden campaigned today in Marion for the re-election of President Obama and himself. Biden portrayed Republican challenger Mitt Romney as a rich man who doesn’t understand average middle-class people. The Vice president charged that Romney’s proposal for a continued federal income tax cut for wealthy people would be a bonanza for them.

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Biden said if Romney and his fellow Republicans enacted a continued income tax cut for the rich, it would force either massive government spending cuts, or a tax hike on the middle class. The vice president spoke at Marion Harding High School whose sports team are called --- the presidents.
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