No, here it is, in the official Democratic Party Platform, 2008 edition, page 25:
We have let the special interests put their thumbs on the economic scales. We do not believe that government should stand in the way of innovation, or turn back the clock to an older era of regulation. But we do believe that government has a role to play in advancing our common prosperity: by providing stable macroeconomic and financial conditions for sustained growth; by demanding transparency; and by ensuring fair competition in the marketplace. ...To make our communities stronger and more livable, and to meet the challenges of increasing global competitiveness, America will lead innovation in corporate responsibility to create jobs and leverage our private sector entrepreneurial leadership to help build a better world.Giving billions of dollars to three big companies sure sounds like a special interest putting their thumbs on the economic scales.
As does propping up companies that have failed to match the innovation of their competitors. How is that "ensuring fair competition in the marketplace?"
As for corporate responsibility: we'll get responsible corporations when we require them to bear the cost of their failures. Let them go bankrupt.