WICHITA, Kan. -- U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Milton Wolf picks up an expected endorsement from the Tea Party Express Thursday at three Kansas political stops.
But what dogs his campaign is answering questions about his controversial Facebook posting and comments of x-rays of shooting victims.
Wolf says, "Several years ago I did post anonymous x-ray images online. Actually I'm a published author, medical education software and I've published hundreds, probably thousands of images. There are a few, I had some insensitive comments. I wished I hadn't. They were anonymous x-rays. "
Now the Pat Robert's campaign is using the issue to question Wolf's credibility as a candidate in TV commercials.
An excerpt from a Roberts TV ad says, "If Milton Wolf is so irresponsible as a doctor, how could he possibly be trusted as a U.S. Senator? I'm Pat Roberts and I approved this message."
In referring to Senator Robert's ad Wolf says, "Pat Roberts, after 47 years in Washington. He can not run on his record. He can not find a single issue that he says I'm wrong on. And so he's going to attack me personally."