Sarah Palin On Chris Christie And Obamacare Rollout
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin joins Newsmax’s Joe Concha for an interview on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s chance in 2016 and the Obamacare rollout.
Concha kicked off the interview by asking Palin why Christie is not her first choice for the presidential race in 2016 despite having the traits of a typical Tea Party.
Palin said she wanted someone who everyone wants to vote for because of their message and agenda, and not just to vote against the current “big government socialized policies” of the Democrats. She said Christie was too often for big government. Palin suggest that Christie would often “go along just to get along” with big government policies.
With both Republicans and Democrats acknowledging that the rollout of Obamacare was a disaster, Concha asked Palin if she was surprise that Katherine Sebelius still has a job.
Palin said that she is surprised, and having been a boss, she would replace someone who has screwed up a rollout. Although she said that a broken website should be the least of our concern. “The greater worry is what Obamacare is all about, and an even a greater worry than that is Obamacare being a symptom of this agenda that is stifling and strangling our economy,” said Palin.