President Obama hit the road on Wednesday taking his message on the economy to Kansas City where he focused on the middle class, raising minimum wage and lowering student debt. The president underlined the challenge of making the economy work for everybody, especially while working with what he called 'a broken Congress.' President Obama also brought up the issue of corporate tax loopholes. On this issue he didn't hold back saying, "It ain't right. Not only is it not right, it ain't right." Since 2003, 47 companies have reincorporated overseas, almost double the number that reincorporated in the previous 20 years. TheStreet's Julie Cerullo reports.

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