Help Elect Dr. Milton Wolf (#KSSEN)
Don’t settle for less.
I’ve known Dr. Milton Wolf since he was a “mere” blogger.
Dr. Wolf is our only (so far) Operation Counterweight 2014 Senate candidate, challenging Pat Roberts in the Kansas Republican Primary on August 5.
Roberts has tons of money and the Republican establishment behind him. And a house in Virginia which is his real home.
It’s time for a change, a dynamic leader for the future, not a captive of the past.
Dr. Wolf could use our help to level the playing field so that the people of Kansas get to decide based on the issues and future, not who has the most money for TV ads, consultants and political insiders.
If you are going to make a donation to a Senate candidate this year, make it Dr. Wolf, and as soon as possible.
And tweet out and Facebook share this post to help spread the word.
Remember how it felt when Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Mike Lee came out of nowhere to win? It can happen again. Don’t settle for less.
Now a message from Dr. Wolf to Legal Insurrection readers:
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Done; some California dollars are on their way.
It is a terrible shame that no matter how deserving the candidate, the MSM is the final recipient of the vast majority of all political donations.
What on earth are you talking about? Hint: you don’t know.
Done. $45.00. Go get ’em, Dr Wolf.
did what little I could to help
link there (its an auto tweet function for board) leads to locked topic on my board that links here.
have no money but have a (small) soapbox.
maybe some of the 650 people online now will read it LOL
You just got another follower!
This brings up a fascinating electoral topic (well, fascinating to me…).
Since a Senator and Representative has to live within their district, and most residence requirements include staying at the residence for at least half the year, could we get politicians removed from office for remaining in Washington DC for more than one half of their term?
Where did you find this requirement of residency? It’s not in the Constitution.
States may set their own residency requirements, but they are not uniform.
D’oh! You got me. I’ve never read the U.S. Constitution! Especially never Article 1, section 2, paragraph 2 which states:
“No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the Age of twenty five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.”
So, yes, I know that each state creates their own residency requirement. I also know it’s vaguely enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.
The key part is ‘when elected’:
“…and who shall not, **when elected**, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.”
It certainly means must be resident of state at time of first election, but does that also mean every reelection?
Fie on fuzzily written law.
I hope his campaign remembers what is the modus operandi of the Republican establishment: hit your primary opponent in the guts one month before voters go to the polls. So be prepared.
The last polling in Kansas was in mid-April, showing Roberts trouncing either Taylor or Sebelius in the general.
Wolf isn’t considered a threat by any serious observer now. If he comes within 20 points, holding Roberts under 60% in the primary, it would be an overachievement.
This is the guy who posts X-rays on Facebook. If you want to win, you need to vet your candidates better.
I agree, I did give to Milt, though. The X Ray bit was a hit job, and Roberts’ camp did it well. Neither of them are campaigning much on the issues yet. Milt talks about Robert’s residency status, and Roberts has the X Ray thing. That Facebook page was for professionals discussion. You can find similar accounts all over FB, complete with a little dark humor. The allegations that loved ones would see it are really weak.
A bit subtle, but I think he’s referring to the fact that most campaign expenditures are used to pay for television ads. I’m not sure what fraction of the ad money goes to pay for the bias rather than the business, but whatever it is, it’s too much.
I do not like going after incumbent Republicans and what does “pro family mean”?
Also he sounds like the type of guy who would wind up step on his **** on a loaded rape/abortion question like Akin or Mourdock did. Let’s go after some Democrats.