[Dear Sukheewatchers, here is a re-post from a piece we shared last fall. I just made a quick trip to Sukheeville and discovered that The Sukester still hasn’t listed endorsements from his former fellow Irvine co-conspirators, Larry Agran or Beth Krom. And boy is this interesting: not a single former Irvine councilperson – the folks in Irvine who have seen Sukhee in close up and personal – has endorsed this creep. What does that tell you?]
Some guy named Sukhee Kang wants to be our next State Senator. Never heard of him? There’s a good reason for that. You see, Sukhee spent the last few decades living in Irvine, and from 2004-2012 was on its city council and was even mayor of the Mecca of beige stucco. He is mostly known as the second puppet in Larry Agran’s notorious troika that wasted $250,000,000 on the “Great Park” fiasco.
After an embarrassing congressional try in 2012 Sukhee, bailed on Irvine and decided he was going to move to Fullerton, eyeing a soon-to-be open State Senate seat.
It seems that Sukhee really, really wants us to remain ignorant of his calamitous Irvine past and his quick getaway. If you visit his website you will find a whole array of endorsements from Democratic Party politicians, past and present, from up and down the length of California. You will not recognize most of the names because they have little if anything to do with Senate District 29 that includes northwest Orange County.
Would he ever tell the truth under oath?
You will also notice two names that are conspicuously absent from his list: Sukhee’s fellow Great Park conspirators Larry Agran and Agran’s other puppet, the notoriously dimwitted, cadmium red-dyed Beth Krom.
Bye, Sukhee. Write if you find work!
Now why would Sukhee want to omit the names of his two long-time comrades, folks he proudly stood shoulder to shoulder with during their eight-year monopoly of power in Irvine?
Ah, now that’s better!
Is Sukhee really ashamed of his record in Irvine and his servility to Agran? It sure looks that way. And who can blame Sukhee? If you or I had squandered a quarter of a billion dollars of public money, we would probably want to hide our past dubious associations, too.