BREAKING: Bid to Save GM, Chrysler Loans Dies in Senate

U.S. Senators killed an effort to rescue Detroit automakers Thursday night after a last-ditch attempt to renegotiate the deal died.
ABC news
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Economy/story?idd39796
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Old news, the senators were doing that to dupe the voters into thinking they were not for it, whenn in fact they were part of the great GM corrpution bailout. Followed BO right into charging it in the US taxpayers tab. Total so far is in excess of $100 billion.
And who said people are not taxed for corporations, just look at the huge government bailouts of banks and GM, and who will untimately pay for it have zero say in the mater.
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