Dems to Detroit: No Bankruptcy

But Republicans question whether $25 billion is enough to save the Big Three automakersand if they can do enough to save themselves

The chief executives of U.S. automakers struck out with Congress this week. Despite spending more than eight hours testifying on Capitol Hill, they are going home without the $25 billion bailout package they so desperately need. They will get another swing at the money on Dec. 8. But even if they are able to get the votes they need, the money probably isn't enough to save them.

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