From Britney To Bradley: A Hypocritical Effect List Many news outlets have recently warned about the Bradley Effect, which describes voters who say they will vote for a black candidate but choose the white candidate on election day. In other words — hypocrisy. Our resident humorist looks at similar contradictions, including the Britney Effect, the Palin Effect and the Howie Mandel Effect.
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From Britney To Bradley: A Hypocritical Effect List

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From Britney To Bradley: A Hypocritical Effect List

From Britney To Bradley: A Hypocritical Effect List

From Britney To Bradley: A Hypocritical Effect List

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Many news outlets have recently warned about the Bradley Effect, which describes voters who say they will vote for a black candidate but choose the white candidate on election day. In other words — hypocrisy. Our resident humorist looks at other contradictions in our everyday lives, including the Britney Effect, the Palin Effect, the George Michael Effect, the Oprah Effect and the Howie Mandel Effect.