According to McDaniel, the American culture is being degraded which in turn has caused character to be degraded and the role of Americans in the government to be degraded.
“When this happens your constitutional rights are at risk and this is where we stand today. There are millions of Americans that have put a lot of strength into this planet. A new America is coming and the old America is passing,” he added.
“It is not the place of government to solve any of our problems because it is 1,000 miles away. It is your place to solve your problems,” continued McDaniel, who is now in his second term representing the 42nd district in Mississippi.
McDaniel is a strong proponent of limited government, free enterprise, civic participation, reduced tax rates, a strong national defense, states rights and a return to the original checks and balances of the Constitution.
He has been a vocal opponent of the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” and has sponsored numerous bills to prevent or limit its implementation in Mississippi.
In 2011, McDaniel, along with many other Republicans, voted in favor of a bill that would have created a state Health Benefit Exchange run by a private organization but later a state health exchange became viewed as a portal for Obamacare, and McDaniel sponsored a bill that would prohibit the state from planning, creating, participating in or enabling an exchange for health insurance under the ACA.
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