Vice President Joe Biden on Monday said if Republicans succeed in winning back the House in 2010, it would be the "end of the road" for the White House's agenda.
At a fundraiser for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), Biden said the prospects for change rest with about 35 Democrats who sit in districts Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) won in the 2008 election. It is those seats, Biden said, that are the GOP's leading targets.
"They're going to put their chips on movement in the 35 seats in the House that have been traditionally Republican districts and trying to take them back," Biden said, according to a pool report of the event.
"If they take [those seats] back, this is the end of the road for what Barack and I are trying to do," Biden said, referring to President Obama. "This is their one shot. If they don't break the back of our effort in this upcoming election, you're going to see the things we said we're for, happen."
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