Where can Curry do least harm?

Our state is in trouble because of big-government politicians like Curry. We should reject his Assembly candidacy and keep him here in Newport Beach, where he can be recalled and replaced.

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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Where can Curry do least harm?

I recently read a commentary by Newport Beach Councilman Mike Henn and former Mayor Dennis O’Neil supporting Councilman Keith Curry for Assembly (“Commentary: Curry is the best choice for Assembly,” May 15).

I disagree with the headline. But I must confess, I am torn overall.

Curry’s government-knows-best philosophy is best suited for Sacramento — not Newport Beach. We recently witnessed his too-cute-by-half explanation for the Lincoln Club rescinding its endorsement of him. Very Sacramento-esque.

If Curry is elected to the Assembly, he can’t hurt Newport’s taxpayers anymore. But that’s the wrong way to look at it.

I am a native Californian, and I love this state. I am saddened to see it deteriorate at the hands of an incompetent Legislature that is growing the government at an unsustainable pace while driving business to Texas. Curry will only add to this trend.

Our state is in trouble because of big-government politicians like Curry. We should reject his Assembly candidacy and keep him here in Newport Beach, where he can be recalled and replaced.

Bob McCaffrey

Balboa Island

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