Vice President Joe Biden is at it again with his controversial remarks on the campaign trail.
During a speech in Nevada, he made reference to Republican V.P. nominee Paul Ryan's book Young Guns, which he co-wrote with other GOP Congressmen ...
"They have guns but no bullets," a member of the crowd shouted.
"Unfortunately, the bullets are aimed at you," Biden replied.
The Vice President added that the GOP is dividing the U.S. by talking about "a culture of dependency." Shortly after the rally, Ryan spokesman Brendan Buck hit back at Biden:
"Today's over-the-top rhetoric by Vice President Biden is disappointing, but not all that surprising."
"In the absence of a vision or plan to move the country forward, the vice president is left only with ugly political attacks beneath the dignity of the office he occupies."
Earlier this year, the 69-year-old Biden controversially told a Virginia audience that Mitt Romney's economic policies would "put y'all back in chains."
He was also criticized for his interruptive and combative nature during the vice presidential debate with Ryan earlier this month. For better or worse, that's Biden for you.
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