In this video, Dr. Chris Magiera explains why citizens need a healthy skepticism of government-sponsored solutions — but shouldn’t fear. Please see below for the transcript.
Do you pause and take a deep breath each time you tune in to the news? Does it seem that each day brings a new crisis? It’s no wonder that the young people of today are paralyzed by fear. They are fed a steady diet of immediate apocalypse.
Who is to blame? What can we do about it? Well, if you can spare a few minutes, I shall explain.
Hello. I’m Dr. Chris Magiera. I am running for the United States House of Representatives in the
May 5 June 2 Republican Party Primary election for the 3rd Congressional District of Indiana.
Whether it is a terrorist attack or the virus of the day, we must maintain a healthy skepticism of the government-sponsored solutions. Remember what one of President Obama’s advisors said: “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” Yes, I am sorry to say, that the progressive administrative state, and the career politicians who support it, are always looking for ways to infringe your God-given natural rights and liberties.
And this is nothing new. In 1776, Founder John Adams said, “Fear is the foundation of most governments. But it is so sordid and brutal a passion, and it renders men in whose breasts it predominates so stupid and miserable…” Later, in 1798, James Madison — the “Father of the Constitution” — said, in a letter to Thomas Jefferson, “Perhaps it is a universal truth that the loss of liberty at home is to be charged to provisions against danger real or pretended from abroad.” Let me repeat that: “Real or pretended from abroad.”
So, you see, we have been down this road before. Don’t be tricked into relinquishing your liberty in response to the cries of “we must do something!” But what, you ask, are we to do? Well, the answer is more simple than you might think.
To secure our God-given natural rights and liberties, the Founders developed a constitutional, representative Republic. The Constitution Solution is the answer. When considering the solution for any crisis of the day, both citizens and members of Congress need to ask the following questions, in this order: 1) Is it constitutional? 2) Can we afford it? 3) Do we need it?
To keep America great, we must keep America constitutional — never wavering from our mission. This is why I’m asking you to stand with me on
May 5 June 2 and vote for Dr. Chris Magiera for Congress. Visit DrChrisMagiea.com to learn more.
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