Obama's new jobs message uses some familiar words

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President Obama began selling his new job’s plan Thursday night with a speech to a joint session of Congress, but audiences have heard some of the same words from him before.

Obama began trying to sell “Fords and Chevys and Chryslers” around the world with other products “stamped with the three proud words 'made in America'” as early as mid-August.

The president took his message on the road Friday with a speech in Richmond, Va., where he pitched his plan to give additional tax credits to employers who hire veterans. He said, “The last thing they should have to do is fight for a job when they come home,” echoing himself from earlier.

The video above looks at parts of Obama's address to Congress that he's used before.