The banks used up all of their political capital during the last crisis.
If they need a mass bailout again at the publics expense....it wont be pretty.
I'd agree with this one. I think fears of another bailout are overhyped currently, and I very much doubt those calling for one will be getting their way. Perhaps ESPECIALLY when this bank seems to have been very squarely focused upon big-money clients instead of the likes of JP Morgan and such in the 2008 meltdown---the clients in here keeping millions of dollars in these savings accounts in a specialized bank servicing them incites much less sympathy than does banks with more 'normal' clientele did. Not to mention more, bipartisan, suspicion of bailouts.
Something to watch out for and maybe even write congress-critters with baseball-bat subtlety messages of 'Don't do this you idiots', but so far I'd guesstimate the public response is going to be 'Well. FDIC Insurance covers your first 250K. Beyond that, tough titties'.