"I do not believe that the government can force anybody to buy any product throughout the country, and I think that that's something that's important, and one of the reasons why we've lost our way," Schilling said. "If it was a good thing for the American people, it would not have been done behind closed doors. They would have read the bill before they passed it."
Asked what his highest priority would be after he's sworn into office, Schilling says Congress's primary objective should be to create some stability in the market for small businesses, repeal the health care bill and shut down Cap and Trade legislation, which he says could cost the United States more than five million jobs.
"I call it the China and India jobs bill because it's just going to put a hurt on our companies, on our employees, and then seniors and the poor folks in our country are going to get hit with an additional tax," Schilling said. "It's going to be a national energy tax is what it is, and you know, right now, I don't believe there's anybody in this country right now that can afford any new taxes."