It took this Senate candidate only 17 seconds to let everyone know how he feels about Obamacare.
Dr. Milton Wolf – a distant cousin of President Obama, no less – is running against long-time Republican, Kansas U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts.
Sources close to the Wolf campaign told The Daily Caller the video is a just a preview of what’s to come, adding that the campaign will release its health care plan soon.
“This Senate race in Kansas exemplifies the larger choice that the Republican Party faces,” Wolf said in an op-ed published on Brietbart.com. “Is it enough to call yourself a Republican or even call yourself a conservative but still vote with and give aid and comfort to the Democrats whose singular mission is to expand government?”
Wolf, a practicing physician, has criticized Roberts for “voting to confirm Kathleen Sebelius as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services,” according to The Daily Caller.
Wolf’s campaign has been endorsed by the Senate Conservatives Fund, which has already spent $2 million on candidates for the 2014 election. Other endorsed Senate candidates include Matt Bevin, R-Ky.; Chris McDaniel, R-Miss.; Ben Sasse, R-Neb, and Rob Maness, R-La. The fund previously supported Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Sen. Mike Lee of Utah .
Watch Wolfe “crush” Obamacare here:
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