Democrats and the White House have agreed on an auto bailout, with one hang-up on greenhouse emissions laws remaining. Now, can they get the votes? Due to a procedural rule, the bill needs 60 votes in the Senate to pass. There are 50 Democrats, not counting Barack Obama, who resigned his seat. "But it was unclear if the lame duck White House would have the leverage to cajole lawmakers into supporting the measure," The New York Times notes. Senators like Richard Shelby, Tom Coburn, and Jim DeMint are expected to oppose the bill. John Kerry was asked to delay an international trip because the Democrats need his vote.