He's on a mission to clean-up the country's language.
Now, Hatch is sending the vice president a t-shirt and "cuss jar" where he can pay for every bad word.
And he's demanding an apology for the profanity Biden used this week when referring to the passage of health care reform.
"Many kids and adults all over the world look up to Vice President Biden as a Role Model. So with that huge responsibility, he needs to be a good role model for kids and use clean and appropriate language. All we ask is for a public apology and for him to take the 'No cussing challenge' and show America that hope and change starts at the top," Hatch said.
Hatch says he decided to speak out after receiving emails and phone calls from people around the world who were bothered by what Biden said.