Dr StrangeJob Aims Higher

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Dr StrangeJob takes aim at the provincial legislature. as only he knows Howe. (Photo insert by Charles Hoffman, CC BY 2.0, via Flikr)

My loyal readers (both of you) may be wondering why the Doctor stopped gracing the pages of this most valuable online news endeavor.

The fact is, I was so busy planning my mayoralty coronation that I only now discovered that I lost the election. I am still shocked: my Pier reviews were strong and the Poles were in my favor, but it appears that my Ukrainian relatives didn’t vote.

I was also counting on a strong union backing, but the rank-n-file eluded me. Perhaps I concentrated too much on the female vote and set my male servers offline too early.

Similar to Hillary Clinton, I was unavailable to make a concession speech on election night. Unlike Hillary, I see no need to make one after the fact. CBRM voted, I lost, you’re stuck with whom you voted for, and I can’t trump that. I will not, however, shy away from saying “I told you so” whenever the chance arises.

To be honest, municipal politics were never my forte. I only used the CBRM campaign as a dry run for what will become my most triumphant political victory. Yes, that’s right – Dr StrangeJob plans to run in the upcoming provincial election.

I will not support any political party willing to have me as a candidate, but I will go to any party willing to support my candid-decency.

The Doctor’s wit will start dropping as soon as the writ is dropped. Perhaps sooner.

 

Dr. StrangeJob

 

Dr. StrangeJob is a local satirical blogger, retired educator, social activist, and developer of the world’s first 12+1 step self-help group, Incompetents Anonymous.

 

 

 

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