Obama To Businesses: Bring Jobs Home

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama kicked off an effort to encourage businesses to keep jobs at home instead of outsourcing them overseas, as he rolled out a new election-year theme on Saturday aimed at courting middle-class voters.

Senh: Sounds kinda boring. I think he should start sharpening his knifes against Mitt Romney.

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