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Back on Capitol Hill, Auto Executives Still Find Skeptics New York Times | The second round of hearings doesn't seem to have gone much better for the Big Three.
Who Are the Swing Senators? FiveThirtyEight | A look at which Senators will or won't help Obama get to 60 votes on key issues.
Kay Bailey Hutchison Edges Toward Governor's Run Dallas Morning News | Will she resign her Senate seat? If yes, when?
Obama Keeps His Distance From Treasury on TARP Wall Street Journal | At some point Obama will actually have to start talking about specific plans.
Detroit's Delusion Newsweek | Bailout or no, the markets already think the U.S. auto industry has failed.
Campaign Promises on Ending the War in Iraq Now Muted by Reality New York Times | Obama's pledges to withdraw troops getting increasingly vague.
Will Voters Elect a Bush Again? Politico | Jeb only considering a Senate bid for now. But could the family eventually be 41, 43 and 45?
What Will Arnold Schwarzenegger's Next Role Be? Associated Press | No clear path ahead for nominally Republican California governor.

By Ben Pershing  |  December 4, 2008; 7:54 AM ET
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