Vice President Joe Biden visited the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Wednesday. His stated reason was to celebrate shipyard workers – but it was clear he was also there to boost Democrats heading into election season.
Both of those ends were put on hold at the start of Biden’s remarks. Instead, the Vice President began with fiery rhetoric from Biden for ISIS terrorists, who have now murdered two US journalists.
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The White House is on the road to win public support for its economic policies. President Obama was in Iowa and Arizona yesterday. Today, Vice President Biden visited a manufacturing plant in Rochester. The vice president described what the administration means when it says it wants to give everyone a fair shot at the American dream.
Vice President Biden spoke at Albany Engineered Composites, a company that has been expanding on the Seacoast. That trend fit well with one of Biden’s roles, that of cheer leader for the productivity of American workers.
Vice President Joe Biden visited a Rochester manufacturing plant to tout the administration’s economic policies. Biden was upbeat, saying America is in the best position to continue to be the dominant economic power in the 21st century.
Speaking at Albany Engineered Composites, the vice president said the country should change tax law to reward companies that bring jobs home from overseas operations.