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We're here at home President Obama speed of the union address tomorrow night he's expected to give it back to the economy can.
This sounds a little light -- Yogi Bear day several all over again not allowing rich ads in in Washington with details -- so -- CB and if not on the economy.
Well the administration says the state of the union tomorrow will be a focus on jobs in the economy is the president has been discussing for the last couple of weeks in real emphasis on gun control and immigration reform.
And a second inaugural dress that was more about an overreaching defense or an overarching defense.
Of liberal policies and progressive isn't -- profit now the Republican National Committee -- say Obama has literally been quote -- hitting.
Back to the economy for the past five years as the White House has announced that as a focus repeated.
Right now our number one focus has to be jobs.
And and encouraging business investment I think we are past the crisis point in the economy but we now have to have it.
And focus on jobs and growth my principal focus.
My number one focus.
Is going to be making sure that we are competitive.
That we are growing and we are creating jobs not just now.
But well into the future -- a time when our economy still recovering from the Great Recession.
Our top priority has to be jobs and growth.
Now the White House disputes that -- -- says the president's focus on the economy has been a constant.
There's no hit it here.
The president's principal preoccupation -- he ran for this office beginning in 2007 has been that you know what we need to do.
To make our economy work for the middle class.
Much like the answer Robert Gibbs gave when he was Press Secretary all the way back in 2010 when he was asked the exact same question.
Act you act so that's that's I think we can hear anything new from the president's Iraq as it seems like it is just a bunch of days ever all over again.
Well every time we get this -- -- refocusing jobs and all the times we've seen this in the headlines.
For the most part president's proposals in the economy have basically -- A very similar scene and and we expect to hear very much of that which we heard.
In his weekly yet addressed over the weekend and that is essentially spending on infrastructure spending on green energy on manufacturing.
-- and to pay for that at least in part with higher taxes on wealthier Americans and corporations this time for the closing of loopholes but.
That's why we tune in to hear the specifics and hit a team.
And that -- year it -- and Assisi and thanks -- -- -- -- away from the economy in the post and.
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