Harpocrisy (har•poc•ri•see) noun: Making commitments to - amongst other things - not run a deficit, preserve health spending, maintain senior's pensions, not tax income trusts, etc, etc ... and then doing the exact opposite.
1. "Jim Flaherty is a classic harpocrit. He says the government is fiscally responsible but he's increased total federal government spending by 22%."
2. "So Harper said "we're going to be there for seniors" and "they were there for us defending freedom in two world wars," but now he wants to raise the retirement age from 65 to 67!? What harpocrisy!"