MILLION JOBS AND TO BEGIN RESTRUCTURING. WE HAD THE BEST YEAR THAT THE AUTO INDUSTRY HAD IN A LONG TIME. I VOTED TO SAVE THE AUTO INDUSTRY. HE VOTED AGAINST THE MONEY THAT ENDED UP SAVING THE AUTO INDUSTRY. [ APPLAUSE ] I THINK THAT IS A PRETTY BIG DIFFERENCE.>>IF YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT THE WALL STREET BAILOUT WHERE SOME OF YOUR FRIENDS DESTROYED THIS ECONOMY — >>YOU KNOW — >>EXCUSE ME, I’M TALKING.>>IF YOU ARE GOING TO TALK, TELL THE WHOLE STORY, SENATOR SANDERS.>>I WILL TELL MY STORY AND YOU TELL IT BEFORE I OPPOSED IT. IN JANUARY OF 2009, THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION NEGOTIATED THE DEAL. WERE THERE THINGS THAT I DIDN’T LIKE? WOULD I HAVE DONE IT DIFFERENTLY? ABSOLUTELY. WAS THE AUTO BAILOUT MONEY IN IT, THE $350 BILLION THAT WAS NEEDED TO BEGIN THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE AUTO INDUSTRY? YES, IT WAS. WHEN I TALK ABOUT SENATOR SANDERS BEING A ONE-ISSUE CANDIDATE, I MEAN VERY CLEARLY, YOU HAVE TO MAKE HARD CHOICES WHEN YOU NECESSARY POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY. THE TWO SENATORS FROM MICHIGAN STOOD ON THE FLOOR AND SAID WE HAVE TO GET THIS MONEY RELEASED. I WENT WITH THEM AND I WENT WITH BARACK OBAMA. YOU DID NOT.