All good points. There was the element of theft as a moral hazard during the bank bailout. Banks, like businesses, must withstand the rigors of a Free Market. In doing so, they either survive and thrive, or die. Making foolish investments should have cost them; instead, the government picked up the tab.
If you don't like a particular bank, you can withdraw your money and go to another. In this case, the government took your money (through taxes) and without your consent, gave it to banks that it thought were worthy -- they effectively stole your money and gave it away to save those who caused the financial ruin.