It is Her site; so I suppose She gets to tell Her version of qualifications and history even if it draws a chuckle:
Also, Her banking experience can be pieced together, from here, here and here.
Yet, Her supporters can, after all, ask, "Is Her banking experience relevant, as a factor showing sagacity and judgment expected of a legislator?" Well, perhaps it arguably is not. But then what's She saying here?
Is She saying they should have not closed the bank simply over what can be called a mere inconsequential insolvency problem? That She's troubled over an overreaching 99% government action thing -- closing the bank, which She views as far out of line and government interference with that little ol' 1% bank insolvency thing?
Is that the Mary Kiffmeyer message?