Biden hits the campaign trail with a stop in the Motor City
DETROIT -- Vice President Joe Biden was back on the campaign trail in Michigan.
Biden addressed an enthusiastic crowd at a Detroit high school.
He praised the current administration's role in the auto industry bailout.
His remarks went over very well in the Motor City.
Biden said Republicans can reduce what they stand for to a bumper sticker.
But he offered up one his own: "Well, folks, I got a bumper sticker for you: Osama Bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive."