Which political scandal upsets you the most?

Thomas Bink
Pulse of Canada
Sen. Mike Duffy arrives to the Senate on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Monday, October 28, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

The Senate scandal. The gas plant scandal. Robocalls. Rob Ford smoking crack.

Look around and it's not very difficult to to find politicians behaving badly in Canada. Whether it's Alberta MLA Mike Allen being arrested in a prostitution ring or London, Ont., mayor Joe Fontana facing fraud charges, scandals are appearing in every level of government from coast to coast.

It's no wonder, then, that a recent Leger/Yahoo Canada poll found that Canadians have very little confidence in any of their elected officials. In fact, according to the poll, over one-quarter of Canadians have no confidence in their provincial or federal representatives.

[ Special series: A question of leadership ]

And as a result, more of us than ever are so turned off by our leaders and the system that we are choosing not to take part in the process by voting.

But still they dominate our headlines and sound bytes - Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau proudly proclaiming that he's experimented with marijuana and vowing to legalize it, Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell justifying $186,000 in expenses over the past three years, Ford pleading his case on Fox News. On it goes.

So we ask you ... with so much to choose from lately, which political scandal upsets you the most?

Have your say in the comments area below.