Sunday, February 23, 2014

Social Media Silly Destroys Senate Campaign of Kansas Tea Party Contender Milton Wolf

Topeka Capital Journal grills the tea party dude about his social media FAIL: U.S. Senate candidate Milton Wolf posted a collection of gruesome X-ray images of gunshot fatalities and medical injuries to his Facebook page and participated in online commentary layered with macabre jokes and descriptions of carnage.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Funny

Anonymous said...

Kind of a loon this one. Not that great of a doctor.

Anonymous said...

Lord, don't send me to Shawnee Mission Medical Center. Also, Truman Medical Center.

Anonymous said...

Wolf is fucking nuts and could get his ass kicked by Derron Black in a debate.

Anonymous said...

Asshat

Anonymous said...

Tim Carpenter loves sucking nutsacks!

Anonymous said...

In a state where lunatic right-wing fuckwits are a dime a dozen, this guy is a real standout.

Doctor, huh? Wonder if he uses leaches and castor-oil enemas.

Anonymous said...

If this clown's medical license isn't revoked within two months, I'm henceforth getting all medical care in Missouri.

The idea of a loose cannon like this purported doctor wielding a scalpel or prescribing drugs is pretty frightening.

Jesus God. Would you want YOUR family treated by him? I'd rather they go to a witch doctor who burns incense and sacrifices live chickens.

Anonymous said...

Just another nutjob Tea Party candidate -- similar to "a raped woman's body will reject a fertilized egg" Todd Akin in Missouri and "I'm not a witch" Christine O'Donnell in Delaware.

Anonymous said...

8:30, Steelman was the Tea Party favorite in Mo. with Brunner a close #2. Aitkin was the establishment's guy.

7:55, It doesn't sound like he's done anything actionable by the state board.

I know you are all gleeful Pat Roberts supporters but truth is Wolf is a top notch radiologist with poor judgement regarding what is appropriate for social media. These guys live in dark rooms looking at black and white images all day. Unless they do interventional work they seldom see patients.