And once again, the vote is meaningless, just as it has been with other banker pay votes. Regardless of whether the votes even hit 50%, the banks should realize that enough people are fed up with the excessive payouts. In all likelihood, the only way the situation is going to change is if enough shareholders walk away. The only way that is going to happen is if proper regulations are passed and enforced that limit the gambling and taxpayer risk. Dodd-Frank was a start but it still needs to go much deeper than that. More on the Barclays vote at The Guardian.