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Vice President Biden speaks to the Democratic National Committee. / Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images

Democrats are considered the underdogs in this year's elections, but Vice President Biden is urging the party to stay positive.

"I am so tired about hearing about the demise of the Democratic Party -- give me a break!" Biden told members of the Democratic National Committee on Thursday.

"My central message to you is, look: I think we should not apologize for a single thing," said the vice president.

That includes the new health care law, expected to be a central issue in the November congressional elections.

Democrats are battling to maintain control of the Senate in this year's elections; they are not expected to be able to re-take control of the House of Representatives.

President Obama gets his turn before the Democratic National Committee on Friday afternoon.



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