Tea Party PAC supports Wolf in U.S. Senate race against Roberts

Mar 4, 2014

Republican candidate Milton Wolf greets supporters at a tea party celebration in Wichita. Wolf is challenging Republican incumbent Pat Roberts for a U.S. Senate seat.
Credit Mike Hutmacher / The Wichita Eagle

Milton Wolf is trying to unseat three-term U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts in the Kansas Republican primary.  Wolf now has the support of a national tea party political action committee according to a recent article in The Wichita Eagle

Amy Kremer is the chairwoman of the Texas Party Express, a group based in California that describes itself as the nation’s largest tea party political action committee.  Kremer attended a recent rally for Wolf in Wichita.    

“We control the House, but under Speaker (John) Boehner’s leadership, we are doing nothing,” said Kremer.  

“And you know what that means? That means the Republican leadership is complicit,” she said. “It’s not acceptable. These people work for us.”

Kremer said Wolf would “stand with Ted Cruz and Mike Lee and Rand Paul and fight the good fight for all of us.”

Wolf said President Obama is “the worst president of our lifetime” and pledged to work to repeal the Affordable Care Act and other Obama policies.  A point of note, Dr. Wolf is a cousin of President Obama according to his website.

“I love the Lord our God, my firearm of choice is the Ruger SR-556, and I have hatred toward no man, only toward bad government that will destroy our freedom and destroy our future,” he said.

Wolf said Roberts residence in Dodge City is also an issue.

“He has to claim a rented recliner as his residency,” Wolf said. “When you abandon your state that way, you abandon your state’s values.”

The rest of the article by Suzanne Perez Tobias for the Wichita Eagle can be found here.