By TOM RAUM 2010-10-06T01:20:05Z WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government's giant bank bailout may well have averted a second Great Depression, economists say, but a lot of voters aren't buying it. Support for the program is turning into a kiss of death for many in Congress....

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