Hillary Clinton in the White House come 2016 would mean an extension of President Obama's poor economic policies, according to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal.

"I do worry that Secretary Clinton will continue the failed policies of President Obama," the 2016 Republican presidential hopeful said on "Fox News Sunday." "There's never enough money and power for government on the Left."

To him, the policies of Clinton and Obama are "about feeding a greedier and greedier government."

Jindal also urged the U.S. to not make the same economic mistakes as Greece, a country currently is in the middle of a debt crisis.

"Greece gave us democracy, now they're showing us how to kill it," Jindal, who announced his candidacy late last month, said. "Let's not go down that same path."

Jindal also challenged his fellow 2016 presidential hopefuls to embody Republican ideals on the campaign trail.

"Let's embrace our principles. We need a doer, not a talker," he said, adding about his campaign strategy, "I will do and say the things you are not supposed to be able to do and say."