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Joe Biden compares Republicans that disagree with him to ‘squealing pigs’

From TheBlaze:

During a campaign speech in Minnesota on Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden said that Republicans — including Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney — sound like “squealing pigs” when they go against the Obama administration’s agenda, particularly when it comes to imposing stricter banking regulations.

Biden told the audience that Republicans “sound like squealing pigs” when they complain about the regulations, Fox Nation reports.

Biden also made sure to include that Romney is also against heavy banking regulations.

Here’s the video from the event in Minneapolis, Minn.:

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Read the rest at TheBlaze.

VP Biden to shopkeeper: Stop being a ’smartass’

From RedState:

Vice President Joe Biden was caught on camera calling a Glendale, Wisconsin custard shop manager a “smartass” after the man asked the White House lower his taxes.

Biden visited Kopps Frozen Custard, a popular Milwaukee-area restaurant the vice president mistook for an ice cream parlor, to chat with employees and patrons. Biden’s rebuke came after he asked the manager what he owed.

“Don’t worry, it’s on us,” the store’s manager replied to the vice president. “Lower our taxes and we’ll call it even.”

Minutes later Biden is heard chiding the employee, saying: “Why don’t you say something nice instead of being a smartass all the time?”

The exchange was captured on film by a local ABC News affiliate.

Some have already said the Kopps manager is to Joe Biden what Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher is to President Barack Obama, who gained national attention after he questioned the Democratic presidential candidate’s tax policies.

The Vice President was in town to campaign for Senator Russ Feingold, who polls show running even with Republican challenger Ron Johnson. At a Friday fundraiser, Biden told a crowd of donors “there’s no possibility to restore 8 million jobs lost in the Great Recession.”

No doubt Kopps’ manager has some suggestions for the administration.

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