By Kendra Marr WASHINGTON, Nov 20 (POLITICO) - Months since Chrysler and General Motors emerged from bankruptcy protection with a government ownership stake in the companies in exchange for the billions of dollars they received in federal loans, Democrats and Republicans are still bickering over the auto bailout. All this week Rep. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) traded barbs. McCain fanned the flames on Sunday, saying while serving as grand marshal at a Nascar race ...
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