May 222016

Kevin Kiley is an unemployed Attorney whose current job is running for office. He is not a current deputy Attorney General of Kamala Harris – the extreme left wing AG who manipulates title and summary on ballot measures to impact elections. This would include her deception on Prop 47 – the “Safe Neighborhoods Act” which has precipitated the crime increase he rails on – yet he helped create as he was on the payroll of its’ main benefactor.

Young Mr. Kiley is 31. What do we know about him? He tells Sun City Voters he is a conservative. He tells San Francisco Voters that Andy Pugno is “Not the Image of the Republican Party we should present”, because Pugno wrote Prop 8.

AS I wrote – Kiley has taken over $250,000 from out of AD06, with 90% of that haul from the Bay Area. I posted a list of the whos’ who of Bay Area left-wing donors, including Obama Bundlers.

Why would these rich socialists support Kevin Kiley? Is it based solely on his gay marriage stance?

We may have finally gotten a glimpse in to who Kevin Kiley is courtesy of the Sacramento Bee.

Kiley attempts to parse his words on a variety of issues.

He lists sucking the North State Dry with Delta Tunnels as very unimportant to him, he lists recreational weed as very unimportant to him and he lists the extremely unpopular High-Speed Rail garbage as very unimportant to him as well.

So – while opposing legal weed, he doesn’t care. While opposing the delta tunnel, he doesn’t care. While opposing the High Speed Rail, he doesn’t care. Got it?

Now take a look at his delta tunnel answer:

I cannot support a project that would use eminent domain to seize farms and cost upwards of $50 billion when it is all said and done while potentially damaging the Delta’s already-fragile ecosystem.

Whoops – Young Mr Kiley used a left-wing talking point in opposing the delta tunnels.

Now we have a pattern, folks.

Kevin Kiley is a social liberal. End of story. He is trying to have the pot issue both ways and is using left wing environmentalist talking points on the delta tunnels. A lot of Bay Area liberals love the train to nowhere as well – in my opinion, this is a clear nexus for Kiley to try to split this issue.

Weed is to the left as the State of Jefferson is to the North State Tea Party. Making Weed legal (while banning plastic bags) is their next civil rights fight (since, it appears that men can now use the women’s bathroom thanks to an Obama dictate).

Kiley? Well, I don’t think weed should be legal because it causes crime… but, I really don’t care about the issue.

Note to young Mr. Kiley – let this old man tell you how a real conservative responds to the weed issue:

Numerous studies show negative health and social impacts from use of marijuana. California has led the way in curtailing tobacco use. We should not legalize a harmful drug like marijuana that will lead to more drug use, particularly among children. (Bill Halldin)

It took until now to finally out Kevin Kiley as a Bay Area Liberal Republican. I knew when I heard a while back that Kiley backed Gay Marriage that this was not an isolated liberal stance. Usually someone that supports Gay Marriage has a lot of left-of-center positions as well.

This is not an appropriate candidate for #AD06. Maybe for #AD10 – the district Cristi Nelson thought she was running for in a past facebook post of hers.

I would like to conclude by thanking the Sacramento Bee, of all places for their service in assisting me in vetting Mr. Kiley.

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  One Response to “#AD06 Update: Extreme Left Wing CA AG Kamala Harris Deputy Kevin Kiley’s Sacramento Bee Candidate Survey Yields Insight”

  1. […] liberal. He is anti-prop 8 and has criticized its’ author for writing and defending it – Kevin Kiley said in a Sacramento Bee Interview that the issues of Legalizing Weed, the Delta Tunnels and High Speed Rail are very unimportant to […]

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