Biden Calls Romney 'Consistently Wrong' on Jobs

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) - Vice President Joe Biden is painting likely Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney as a foe of U.S. manufacturing jobs and in favor of sending jobs overseas.

During a speech in Iowa, Biden mocked Romney for allowing state
contractors to set up call centers in India when he was governor of
Massachusetts. He also criticized the business Romney once headed
for moving hundreds of jobs overseas after acquiring companies in the 1990s.

Biden told about 450 workers and invited guests at PCT Engineered Systems in Davenport that Romney had been "consistently wrong" on economic policies as a businessman, governor and presidential candidate. He said manufacturing is coming back under President Barack Obama's watch.

The Republican National Committee dismissed Biden as a "junior
campaigner-in-chief" spouting empty rhetoric.

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