"Let’s get back to what I regard as a fundamental issue here. I know it’s politically unpopular, politically incorrect. I know it goes against all of the populist indignation that’s out there right now. But you can’t really, it seems to me, expect that these Wall Street companies are going to be run well by a bunch of people who don’t make more than $250,000," - CNBC host, Mark Haines.

I'd buy this argument if these very well-paid individuals had shown minimal ethics or competence. Or does that require even more money?

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