Nov. 10 - Speaking at an event in Iowa, the former Alaska governor criticizes the Affordable Care Act and says Republicans should have done more to stop it. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
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Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee criticized Obama's healthcare law while making an appearance in Iowa.
The former Alaska governor spoke at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Banquet on Saturday.
She said, "Even if you like your own healthcare plan, you can't keep it, because you silly goose, you silly Iowans, you didn't really like that health plan that you had and that you could afford you just thought you liked it."
Palin said Republicans should have fought harder to keep the Affordable Care Act from becoming law.
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