Used car dealershipLast year, Gallup asked Americans to rate the "honesty and ethical" standards of people in different fields of employment.
Politicians — specifically Members of Congress — finished with the lowest score just below used car salesmen.
Wouldn't such a survey would yield similar results in Canada? (Especially, if one of the survey options was 'Canada's senators)
Earlier this week, Justin Trudeau was making the case for more political transparency when he said just that; he told reporters that politicians "now ranked below used car salesmen and journalists on the list of trust of professions."
Proving that maybe we're all a little too sensitive these days, Warren N. Barnard, of the Used Car Dealers Association of Ontario, took umbrage to Trudeau's comments and penned this open letter to him.
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Dear Mr. Trudeau,
I watched your press scrum on the CTV National News on September 17 and wanted to