David’s Blog: Who’s the Biggest Hypocrite of this Election Campaign?

CIC News
Published: April 29, 2011

We are down to the short strokes of Canada's 41st General Election. Voters go to the polls on May 2nd and so the time is right to select the person or organization that, during the course of this campaign, proved most deserving of the title "Champion Canadian Hypocrite." Fair warning is due here... this will be no easy task given the fact that more than 1,000 politicians are vying for 308 seats in Parliament. To help you out, I have narrowed down the field to the following worthy contenders.

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