Vice President Joe Biden — a guy who has spent literally his entire adult life in a safe Senate seat and hasn’t had a day job since the Ford administration — is currently screaming in Youngstown about how Romney is not qualified to lead on the economy.
Here’s my favorite line, about a company that went bankrupt during the nadir of the U.S. steel industry after Romney had left Bain:
“In the 1990s, there was a steel mill in Kansas City, Missouri. It had been in business since 1888. Then Romney and his partners bought the company. 8 years later it went bankrupt. …
Oh! That is damning. Come to think of it. . . . In 1994, Mitt Romney ran against Ted Kennedy, who had been in the Senate since 1962. Fifteen years later, Kennedy was dead.