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Dems Blame Bush for Failed Auto Bailout Vote

Democrats are saying President Bush didn't execute enough leadership because he failed to convince enough Senate Republicans to vote for an auto bailout.

Banking Committee Chairman Sen. Chris Dodd (D.-Conn.) said he has spent "hours" working with the Bush White House on a plan to offer bridge loans to Detroit automakers during the week, only to see it stymied by the GOP in a procedural vote Thursday night.
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"Had there been more leadership on this issue, they would have joined us in a solution," Dodd said of the Bush White House and the unsupportive Senate Republicans.

The Connecticut senator said he was now "hoping that the White House will announce a course of action that will avoid the catastrophe we are all worried about."

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