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As truthless on Donovan McNabb as he ever was on Newt Gingrich, Rush found there were consequences for being an empty blowhard this time.
Truthless Tony would have us believe speed cameras have cut serious injuries and deaths by 47 per cent.
That may not be a service to the playwright, though, because it comes across as a truthless fairy tale whose action bears little resemblance to recognizable human behavior.
Since a CIPO (Canadian Institute of Public Opinion) survey conducted in 1979 (cited by Bibby 1987) found Canadians to have a great deal of confidence and respect for organized religion, there has been an increase in a "consumer" or "truthless" religion, which Bibby (1990) attributes to a growth of individualism and relativism in the country.