Zak Turango (shown above in the Marble Mountain Navy  hospital in Da Nang, Vietnam, circa 1969) cut his teeth on this type of political opinion, parody and satire as a prime contributor for Elsinore Magazine, where Elsinore’s corrupt political machine begged to be made fun of.  What we at EM discovered was the enormous punch that humor had and still has.  Former Elsinore Mayor Pam Brinley finally quit running for re-election as a direct result of EM’s unrelenting satire.

Politicians can handle criticism (they usually ignore it).  They cannot handle being mocked, however.  Once someone laughs at well founded satire about a politician, the public no longer fears them or holds them so dear.

The current crop of Wildomar councilpersons need to be monitored as well, for the protection of residents.  This does not apply to Sheryl Ade, who has no political baggage (Zak thinks she’s fond of him; however, the alleged fondness remains unconfirmed) and  Sheryl is beholden to no group or special interest, save for the citizens of Wildomar.

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  1. Ron Barrett says:

    I assume my congrats go to Zak Turango? Excellent material, very informative and great presentation. I shall attend future city meetings. The five aligned as I presumed from the election rhetoric. I live directly across from Cornerstone, which honestly looks like a large prison complex every night with huge flood lights everywhere. Destroyed my entire 21-yr-old view to the east.

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