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City Hall Jokes

SEP 15, 2015

Jason Voorhees, Michael Meyers, Dracula and Paul Dyster. Some people never know when to go away

What Dyster said in his victory speech: "I have a lot of work to finish!" What Dyster meant: "I have millions more in casino cash to spend, a train station management contract to give to a friend, consultants to hire, an ice pavilion boondoggle to keep alive, more legal work for Hodgson Russ..." Well, you get the idea.

WEzra Scott, a political rookie with absolutely no platform was the leading vote getter in the Democratic council primary. Paul Dyster, a two term mayor that's managed taxpayer money like a bi-polar accountant off their meds, barely beat an underfunded Glenn Choolokian. What does this teach us? That a know nothing and a do nothing can do just fine in Niagara Falls politics. "They like me, they really, really,

like me!" Paul Dyster desperately trying to explain the suspiciously high pro-Dyster turnout at the Saint Raphael voting site.

What's a little voter anomaly among friends?" Paul Dyster's campaign manager, Craig Touma, who happens to be the cousin to Dyster's pal, Andrew Touma, the council chairman

From the files of "unbelievably hypocritical" political behavior: councilman Andrew Touma, while campaigning two years ago claimed the city had no crime problem...and now he's helped create the "if you see something, say something" program to fight crime, identify suspects and capture serial killers.

To the poll workers of Saint Raphael Church we ask, "If you saw something, say something!"

Survey: what is the most appropriate nickname for the mayor? A) Landslide Dyster B) Ice Pipe Paul C) His Dishonor Mail your answer to City Hall, attention: Donna "The Trash Queen" Owens

 

 

 

 

 

 

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