I've decided that the bankers really do show the way, so I've decided to put in a bid on a bank - something small, maybe a credit union. I don't want to be greedy. Then once I own that I'll ask the government to give me the money to cover the cost of my purchase - sure I'll even offer the government some dividend paying shares (in case my bank ever makes a profit that I can't hide). Luckily, the government of Canada, like that in the US, is a strong believer in the free market, so they won't want any voting shares to determine how I actually spend the money. Then I'll take the money meant to cover my purchases and I'll pay myself a big fat bonus for being so clever. Say, $50 million.
And the great thing about this plan is that you can keep going back for more - this is the second installment that Bank of America received. It's like it says on the back of your shampoo bottle: lather, rinse, repeat. Anybody else in?