Dr. Milton Wolf may have just helped the GOP take the Senate

Despite having fought a bitter primary battle against incumbent Senator Pat Roberts for all the right reasons, Dr. Milton Wolf has now endorsed him in his race for the Senate against faux independent Greg Orman. Wolf definitely gets it:

It is also no secret that too many Republicans, including even some who call themselves conservatives, are seduced by or terrified of the Democrats and have become their enablers. 

He sees the big picture, but he also sees the tactical dimensions:

America desperately needs solid constitutional conservatives in the United States Senate who will stand by the courage of their conviction, who will fearlessly stand up to Barack Obama and Harry Reid, who will offer positive solutions to America's challenges and who can effectively communicate their ideas against a veritable storm of opposition in Washington. Whatever your opinion of Pat Roberts, his re-election to the United States Senate may be the deciding factor that dethrones Harry Reid and elevates solid constitutional conservatives like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul into positions of influence to save America from Barack Obama and so I urge you, I urge all Kansans, to set aside our differences and vote Republican in this critical Senate race on November 4th.

And he lays out what is to be done:

Be assured that if Pat Roberts is to be re-elected, I will do everything in my power to hold his feet to the fire. And be assured that the fullness of the duplicity, dishonesty and abuse of power that has marked this election will be exposed. I have refused to be intimidated by their threats or seduced by their bribes and I won't start now. We have far more resources at our disposal today than when we began this movement and I am more energized than ever to see to it that Kansans have alternatives to failed leadership.

Roberts is within the margin of polling error, but has been behind Orman. The RCP average of polls has him down one percent, but with 13 percent still expressing no preference. That means that Wolf’s endorsement could well sway the lingering voters Roberts’ way.

Despite having fought a bitter primary battle against incumbent Senator Pat Roberts for all the right reasons, Dr. Milton Wolf has now endorsed him in his race for the Senate against faux independent Greg Orman. Wolf definitely gets it:

It is also no secret that too many Republicans, including even some who call themselves conservatives, are seduced by or terrified of the Democrats and have become their enablers. 

He sees the big picture, but he also sees the tactical dimensions:

America desperately needs solid constitutional conservatives in the United States Senate who will stand by the courage of their conviction, who will fearlessly stand up to Barack Obama and Harry Reid, who will offer positive solutions to America's challenges and who can effectively communicate their ideas against a veritable storm of opposition in Washington. Whatever your opinion of Pat Roberts, his re-election to the United States Senate may be the deciding factor that dethrones Harry Reid and elevates solid constitutional conservatives like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul into positions of influence to save America from Barack Obama and so I urge you, I urge all Kansans, to set aside our differences and vote Republican in this critical Senate race on November 4th.

And he lays out what is to be done:

Be assured that if Pat Roberts is to be re-elected, I will do everything in my power to hold his feet to the fire. And be assured that the fullness of the duplicity, dishonesty and abuse of power that has marked this election will be exposed. I have refused to be intimidated by their threats or seduced by their bribes and I won't start now. We have far more resources at our disposal today than when we began this movement and I am more energized than ever to see to it that Kansans have alternatives to failed leadership.

Roberts is within the margin of polling error, but has been behind Orman. The RCP average of polls has him down one percent, but with 13 percent still expressing no preference. That means that Wolf’s endorsement could well sway the lingering voters Roberts’ way.