Washington Examiner 
October 4, 2013
Vice President Joe Biden is proud of the National Park Service ranger who stood up to Rep. Randy Neugebauer at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
On Thursday, video surfaced online  of Neugebauer, a Texas Republican, angrily lecturing the ranger for setting up barricades to the memorial.
“I’m proud of you,” Biden said, according to his office’s Twitter account , revealing that the vice president had called the ranger to thank her for her service.
Neugebauer told the ranger that the Park Service should be “ashamed” for blocking access to the memorial.
“I’m not ashamed,” the ranger replied.
"I’m proud of you," VP called to tell the Park Ranger who was chastised by a GOP Rep today at the WWII Memorial.
— Office of VP Biden (@VP) October 3, 2013