ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Vice President Joe Biden delivered his vision for the next four years to a packed crowd in St. Augustine. Biden spent more than a half hour addressing nearly 1,000 people at Ketterlinus Elementary School.
Biden didn't waste much time before taking a jab at Romney, "When Gov. Romney was asked in the last debate about equal pay for women, he started talking about binders."
The cracks eventually led to stats. Stats on the economy, health care and education. And that's what struck a cord with Maureen from St. Augustine. "I feel like he clearly stated numbers and he clearly stated where they came from. I felt like a lot of people who might have been confused before they came to this."
Biden spent most of his time talking about the economy, particularly passionate about letting the Bush tax cuts expire. "Within the that trillion dollars, $500 billion of it, to show you how out of touch they are, goes to 120,000 families making an average income of $8 million a year."
Biden's visit to the nation's oldest city wraps up his most recent tour of the state.