* Saving GM seen as less provocative than Wall Street bailout * Bailout could help Obama with key blue-collar vote * Conservative Republicans expected to ramp up criticism By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON, May 29 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's takeover of General Motors carries some risk for him and fellow Democrats, but Americans may be more relieved than outraged over saving the ailing auto icon, analysts say. The federal government could end up with a 72.5 percent stake in the ...
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