DETROIT – Senate Republicans who scuttled a bill designed to rescue cash-strapped General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC were blinded by a fervent desire to boost the fortunes of overseas-based auto makers and kill the United Auto Workers, the union’s president claims. “There’s no question the minority in the Senate wants to have a ‘two-fer,’” Ron Gettelfinger tells a news conference as the White House moves on a contingency plan that would benefit the troubled Detroit auto makers. In a ...
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