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People are not known for being particularly rigorous with their beliefs and opinions, and it's not surprising that they would, more often than not, fail to consistently apply reasoning and principles. Cries of hypocrisy are easy to launch and have a visceral, immediate plausibility, but given the complexities involved, it's likely that many accusations of hypocrisy are on shaky ground-regardless of who's doing the accusing.

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A website devoted to all things hypocritical with an intent to make a small contribution to correct our blindness of our own shortcomings and corruption.

The phrase pot calling the kettle black is an idiom for "a person who is guilty of the very thing of which they accuse another and is thus an example of psychological projection."

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