On Monday, Vice President Joe Biden did not mention President Barack Obama or Obamacare, the administration’s signature domestic legislation that Biden said was a “Big F—–g Deal,” while campaigning for Terry McAuliffe, the Democrat running for governor of Virginia.
Biden spoke a day after Obama campaigned for McAuliffe and did not mention Obamacare at a rally in Arlington, Virginia on Sunday. As the Huffington Post reported, “Biden mentioned neither the president nor Obamacare in more than 20 minutes of remarks.”
Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who is gaining momentum down the home stretch in the race, said on Breitbart News Sunday that McAuliffe thought Obamacare did not go far enough and would threaten the liberty of Virginians by laying the groundwork to force doctors to cover Medicare and Medicaid patients.
He has also said that McAuliffe’s campaign is worried that Obamacare’s disastrous rollout may cost McAuliffe the race. Cuccinelli urged Virginians to “send Washington a message that Virginians say ‘No’ to Obamacare” by voting for him on Tuesday.