Doesn’t Kansas deserve two Senators?

My friend Milton Wolf, Republican is running for Senator from Kansas, trying to unseat Republican Pat Roberts. Why should you readers in Kansas support Milton Wolf? Let me count the ways

He is not part of the GOP etablishment

He has not been in Washington for decades

Simply out he is a BETTER choice for Senate

And really, shouldn’t a Senator representing Kansas live in Kansas?

Pat Roberts (R-VA) Wants 6 More Years in Washington to Do What Exactly? http://t.co/VaNy5xvh6S #47years

— Dr. Milton Wolf (@miltonwolfmd) March 25, 2014

Wolf’s campaign ad explains that Roberts is really more of a Virginian by association than legal residence:

Hey Kansas, vote for Wolf!

Milton Wolf for Senate? Absolutely!

For those readers in the great state of Kansas, a great opportunity is knocking. Are you tired of politicians? Tired of a government that has forgotten its place? Tired of our elected representatives represent themselves and not their constituents?

Well, if you are, then take my advice, support Milton Wolf as your next Senator. You want to change Washington? Change the people you send to Washington. Milton Wolf would be an important first step.

I know Milton Wolf, he is a good man, a man who I believe will fight for his state, and for Conservative values. A man who will not go to Washington to serve himself, but to serve his state, A man who will abide by the Constitution, and a man who not be cowed by the politics as usual cronies!

Here is the Milton Wolf for Senate page and a nice campaign video

Take my advice, and do all you can to elect Milton Wolf to the United States Senate!

A peace plan we can all get behind

Commenting on the latest screwy idea from Liberals, a Department of Peacebuilding, Milton Wolf comes up with something that might actually bring more peace

Let’s rename the Department of Defense back to it’s previous name, The Department of War, and let’s get back to the business of winning them for a change. Instead of sending troops all over the globe under the slippery context of defense — or worse yet, peace — let’s return to the Department of War mindset when we actually won wars — unambiguously, unmistakably and unapologetically won wars.

It’s a sobering decision to go to war, or at least it should be. It’s a last resort option, like open-heart surgery, but sometimes it is necessary. When we hide behind euphemisms like peacekeeping or peacebuilding or even defense, we fool ourselves into protracted and seemingly inextricable conflicts. Our enemies declare war on us but we refuse to declare war on them. In the end, this is worse than war itself.

Want peace? Then decide wisely, decide soberly when the dangers before us warrant war and then officially declare it and unambiguously win it. Want peace? Then forget the hippies; call in the Department of War. 

Brilliant! Speak softly? Sure! Carry a big stick? Ye! And when you use that stick, use it with such force that no one will ever want to make you use it again!

 

Hey, whadda ya know, Ann Coulter WAS right about Mitt after all

Remember this from Ann Coulter? Milton Wolf does

Sometimes you’re right but for the wrong reasons. Still, as we sift through the postmortems of this election and the last-minute effect of Chris Christie’s bromance with Barack Obama, remember that he was Ann Coulter’s first choice for Republican nominee.

Yep, Ann the Conservative, sure liked two less than Conservative guys in 2012.

 

Claire McCaskill: Unemployment is great because it reduces carbon emissions

Remember this the next time a Democrat says they care about workers! Via Milton Wolf

At the end of the clip, she claims she was being sarcastic. Look, I am a sarcastic guy, and that was not sarcasm, that was a Leftist showing how much Marxist Kool-Aid she has consumed.