If Milton Wolf Were A GOP Incumbent, The NRSC Would Be Defending Him

February 24, 2014

I agree with Glenn Reynolds who has more to say at link below. I’ve said the DC GOP and its apparatchiks would prefer a Democrat to a potentially rogue Conservative Republican. I believe that, especially when it comes to clowns like Brad Dayspring of the NRSC.

By the time he and his buddies get to K-Street, they can profit from both parties. Genuine reformers, not so much. It’s a career path just like any business to most of the folks in DC, including many elected pols.

I’m so concerned about whatever Wolf posted, I haven’t even bothered to look. As Ed Morrisey says, it’s old and irrelevant to the job in question. But if the NRSC can make hay over something to attack a conservative and protect a weak incumbent in a primary, they will. They go after reform-minded Republicans harder than they do Democrats.

MILT WOLF PHOTOS OF GUNSHOT VICTIMS’ X-RAYS: Scandal, or tempest in a teacup? I note that on twitter the NRSC is clearly hoping it’s enough to knock Wolf out of the race and save incumbent Pat Roberts.

via Instapundit » Scandal, or tempest in a teacup? I note that on twitt….

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  2. Pat Carfagno says:

    Oh, without a doubt.

  3. Ragspierre says:

    And now, years later, because I have declared that I am willing to stand up for my country, Senator Pat Roberts wants to attack me as a doctor rather than giving Kansans a reason to vote for him. It’s sad. Pat Roberts has not been able to identify a single issue on which he thinks I am wrong and so he’s doing things the Washington way: character assassination. Kansans should know that I will not be intimidated by their bullying. I did not back down when Barack Obama’s IRS audited me and I will not back down from the desperate attacks of a 47-year Washington insider either.
    —Dr. Wolf

    The rest of his statement here…


    Sometimes I wonder who we will find to run for office, the way we grind them to pieces.

  4. Aarradin says:

    The NRSC exists for the sole purpose of protecting incumbent R Senators.

    Why is everyone always surprised to find out that this includes supporting them in primaries?

    It is composed of incumbent R Senators, gets its money from them, is run by them and their lackeys, and serves their purposes exclusively.

    It has zero concern with the Party base.

    If you don’t like it, don’t send them money.

    The notion that the NRSC should stay neutral in primary fights is absurd. Its based on a complete misconception of what the NRSC is and what it exists to do.

  5. GrandsonOGrumpus says:

    It’s no surprise ppl have the aforementioned misconception of the NRSC’s purpose because it has always presented itself that way!

    Until very recently… I have personal knowledge of this at least until I started ignoring their ads during the last presidential election run-up… the NRSC only advertised “holding the line against Democrat gains…”, by helping R’s either keep their seat or increase by taking a DumperCrat seat.

    Only the politically-vigilant would realize that they only helped w/taking a DumperCrat seat if the Repuglickin’™ [sic] was from the “McCain Mold” , i.e., a Progressive in Republican swaddling.

    I find it difficult to be annoyed with many of the bulk of those not so vigilant, simply b/c in a country where roughly 2/3rds of your income is stolen by various arms of the government— employing both visible taxation & the obscured/hidden methods of fee, surtax and regulation— ppl must-needs spend most of their life-coin of time scratching out a living for them & theirs.

    The above, combined with the Progressive Method of Dis-education[sic]— particularly the emphasis on “group-think” and tribalism while presenting politics as a game— causes people, generally, to use political party affiliation as a “first-stage” filter to winnow the choices down to a comfortable level.

    That most would elect/re-elect to political office famous thugs/thieves/murderers of the same party as “their team” can be labeled “lazy”, or seen as practical, given the circumstance of the level of the knowledge of their Civic Duty to our Constitutional Republic imparted during their formative years. I sometimes think that if Bundy had stood for election with a “(D)” he’d not have been prosecuted… or would have been found “not guilty” on a pretext.

    I find that the “filter of party” phenomenon explains why, though everyone knows you can’t trust an unrepentant philanderer in anything great or small— based on the good common sense that someone who’d break a marriage vow of fidelity would employ the same standard of faithfulness in all their dealings— would elect– twice– a serial adulterer.

    It all starts with the education, in home and/or at school, of our children…

    • Ragspierre says:

      One thing that the TEA party gets…

      we have to be ALWAYS vigilant. You just don’t elect even a really good person and then go back to sleep. They have to be watched, encouraged, and rectified.

      DC is a cesspool, and power corrupts. It seems unnecessary to have to say it, but we DO then to forget.

  6. Leigh says:

    Thank God this was uncovered before the primary. The MSM would have been all over him and we could have lost Kansas