1. Dalton McGuinty, the Liberal premier of Ontario who oversaw the invocation of a secret law and defended the arbitary arrest, detention, and beatings of more than a thousand people in their own city.
2. Jean Charest, the Liberal premier of Quebec who is now turning Quebec into a police state at war with its own children because they refuse to accept his government's plans for their education costs.
There is nothing liberal about these two. They have now moved beyond that peculiar Canadian liberal paradox of simultaneously embracing both private capital and rights and democracy to actively reject the latter in favour of authoritarian violence. It's very hard to make the Harper Con look weak on that front, but that they have. The title of this book is actually starting to make sense. Those still carrying a membership card in this party who haven't burnt it in disgust either condone these actions or are cognitively dissonant to the point of a pathology.
*I may eventually have to add Christy Clark in BC with what she might do to crush local resistance to Harper's tar plan should she survive that long.