Biden: Wall Street Reform Critics 'Squealing Pigs'
Both Vice President Joe Biden and presidential candidate Mitt Romney are making stops in Minnesota this week.
Biden has two stops planned for Tuesday. First, he spoke at what's called a 'grass roots' event at the Depot in downtown Minneapolis.
During his speech Biden defended the Obama administration's efforts to reform Wall Street - and compared Republican critics of the law to "squealing pigs."
Biden told a raucous crowd that Congress had passed a law reining in Wall Street despite objections from presidential candidate Mitt Romney and other Republicans.
Biden described the objections of Republicans as sounding like "squealing pigs" and called the changes "some of the toughest Wall Street regulations in history."
During his speech Biden called this election a 'make or break' time for the middle class. He also said he's never met a candidate more out of touch than Romney. He once again called for Romney to release more tax returns.
Biden caused a stir last week when he said Romney and other Republicans would put Americans "back in chains" in order to unshackle Wall Street.
Biden will travel to Rochester at 4:30 p.m. where he will speak at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds.
Meanwhile, Mitt Romney will be in Minnesota for a fundraiser Thursday.
The Associated Press Contributed to this Report.