• DETROIT - MARCH 30: The General Motors world headquarters building is shown March 30, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. Yesterday the Obama administration demanded the resignation of GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner as a condition of the administrations ongoing bailout plan for the struggling GM and Chrysler car companies. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
  • DETROIT - MARCH 30: The General Motors world headquarters building is shown March 30, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. Yesterday the Obama administration demanded the resignation of GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner as a condition of the administrations ongoing bailout plan for the struggling GM and Chrysler car companies. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
  • DETROIT - MARCH 30: The General Motors world headquarters building is shown behind a homeless person's shanty March 30, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. Yesterday the Obama administration demanded the resignation of GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner as a condition of the administrations ongoing bailout plan for the struggling GM and Chrysler car companies. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
  • DETROIT - MARCH 30: The General Motors world headquarters building is shown behind a homeless person's shanty March 30, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. Yesterday the Obama administration demanded the resignation of GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner as a condition of the administrations ongoing bailout plan for the struggling GM and Chrysler car companies. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
  • DETROIT - NOVEMBER 19: The remains of the Packard Motor Car Company which ceased production in the late 1950`s. The Big Three U.S. automakers, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, are appearing this week in Washington to ask for federal funds to curb to decline of the American auto industry. Detroit, home to the big three, would be hardest hit if the government lets the auto makers fall into bankruptcy. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
  • DETROIT - NOVEMBER 19: The remains of the Packard Motor Car Company which ceased production in the late 1950`s. The Big Three U.S. automakers, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, are appearing this week in Washington to ask for federal funds to curb to decline of the American auto industry. Detroit, home to the big three, would be hardest hit if the government lets the auto makers fall into bankruptcy. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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