Before a crown of 200+ in Mason City on Sunday, Senator Joe Biden tried to drive home the message that he is most the prepared candidate to be the next President.
Biden, who is typically known for drawing on his foreign relations experience, also spoke extensively about the need to act on health care reform. “Champions for Change” heard the Senator indirectly reference Divided We Fail – stating – “This is the first time in history that business and labor agree that we need some kind of national health plan.” He argued that, if elected, he would be able to capitalize on this unique political climate by bringing together Democrats and Republicans to enact meaningful reforms to the health care system.
Biden made three other campaign stops on Sunday in Northwest Iowa.
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