Biden Attacks Romney

    WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 13:  U.S. Vice President Joe Biden hosts a Cabinet meeting to discuss the latest efforts to cut waste, fraud, and abuse as part of President Barack Obama's Campaign to Cut Waste on December 13, 2011 in Washington, DC. The Campaign to Cut Waste is an effort to identify and eliminate misspent tax dollars agencies and departments across the federal government.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

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    Looks like Joe Biden isn’t letting all the criticism over his Newsweek stop him from getting some jabs in at Mitt Romney. Biden attacked Romney on Friday in an editorial in the Des Moines Register, saying Romney had “misled voters.” “How can anyone forget the economic catastrophe brought on by the same policies Mr. Romney’s proposing,” Biden wrote. The Obama re-election campaign has attacked Newt Gingrich recently, but has focused much of their efforts on Romney, who has been presumed to be the Republican nominee. Biden criticized one of Romney’s speeches on Tuesday that said the government had become too involved in health care, finance, energy, and other industries—which, Romney claims, has led to overspending. Romney on Wednesday took a swipe at Biden’s comments to Newsweek, saying that they were “one of the strangest comments ever to be uttered from the lips of a vice-president.”

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