"Today, you have six financial institutions, the largest six, that have assets that are the equivalent of 60 percent of the GDP of the United States of America."
The Dodd-Frank financial-reform law’s hundreds of new rules will force small banks and credit unions to burn up "an estimated 2,260,631 labor hours just for compliance."
The payday loan industry "does not exist in a state like Minnesota."
Since the Fed was created in 1913, "the U.S. Dollar has lost 98% of its purchasing power."
Stabilizing the recent financial crisis "will cost less than 1 percent of GDP," which is less than the 2.5 percent to fix the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s.
"Your tellers were paid kickbacks for directing elderly consumers from ... safe deposits to risky ones."
The lawyer who brought the case against NationsBank said "publicly that Alex Sink had nothing to do with the case, had nothing to do with the situation and didn't know about the problems."
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