Vice President Biden is going after reports that are saying he made misleading remarks in his DNC Vice President acceptance speech. The reports are in regards to Biden's remarks about the Romney-Ryan rescue plan for Medicare. On Saturday Biden said “fact check me” in response to the reports. The Romney Campaign took up the challenge within hours of Biden stating the line. The Romney/Ryan campaign released a statement saying “Today, Vice President Biden said that he should be fact checked, and we agree,” said Romney campaign spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg. “The vice president knowingly and deliberately leveled false and discredited attacks. This is further proof that the Obama Campaign is unable and unwilling to talk honestly or substantively about the most important issues driving the country." "In an attempt to distract from President Obama’s failed record, including unemployment remaining over 8 percent, labor force participation falling to three-decade lows, and our national debt passing $16 trillion, Vice President Biden is once again advancing fabricated and disproven attacks on Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.," Henneberg said. The Romney/Ryan campaign later released another statement with fact-checks on the statements Biden made relating to Romney's tax and Medicare plans, and claims from Biden that Romney shipped jobs overseas.
Here's Biden's speech so you can judge it for your self.
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