Irony or Hypocrisy?

This image was found at WTF?!urls, where it is followed by a rousing discussion on the definition of irony. -via reddit

It's irony. It's a telemarketing association, not a telemarketer. They don't solicit, they just help those who do, but only as long as it's not in person.
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Irony is the unexpected, where as I would argue that this is totally expected hypocrisy. Of course they don't want solicitors on the premises. Lawyers have a way of noticing when you break the law.

(Did any one get that? Anyone?)
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solicit: to petition persistently

if that isn't telemarketing to a t, i'm a monkey's uncle.

the juxtaposition of the two signs is clearly ironic.
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