Hypocrisy Today's 2005
Man of the Year Award
Awarded annually to the man who, in the opinion of the judges,
most exemplifies hypocrisy today. The judges skipped these awards from 2000
to 2004 because there were too many candidates. The 2005 award represents
- He failed in business at least twice, yet he claims to be an authority
on the national budget and on the alleged problems with Social Security.
- He spends more time campaigning and selling his agenda than actually working.
- His audiences are carefully selected to give the appearance that everyone
agrees with him.
- His public speeches are condescending, even the State of the Union.
- He is Constitutionally impaired and endangers the balance of power which
is the foundation of our Constitution.
- He encourages the religion Nazis to create even more divisiveness.
- He embodies the principle that power corrupts.
More about the 2005 Man of the Year
If you should have a nominee for the Hypocrisy Today Man of the Year Award,
please submit his name and credentials in the form below.
Nominations do not necessarily have to be politicians, but politicians are obviously the most qualified for this award.
My nomination for Hypocrisy Today's Man of the Year Award
(I am a member in good standing of the American Society of Sociopaths)
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