President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama Reuters

President Barack Obama discussed rebuilding the shaky economy and laid out his pitch for a second term during his annual State of the Union address Tuesday night.

White House sources have told reporters that Obama will be outlining his plan to bring the economy back on track and restore the ever-inspiring American Dream -- that you can make it here if you work hard.

Earlier Tuesday, Republicans began running an attack ad against Obama, highlighting millions of jobs lost and clips of former President Bill Clinton saying, things aren't going in the right direction, they're going in the wrong direction.

Obama, however, promised the key to recovery were his plans for higher taxes for the wealthiest Americans, more clean energy incentives, bringing back jobs from overseas and offering refinancing for homeowners in trouble.

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