From Kathy Bentzoni of Slatington, Pennsylvania, who signed up for Obamacare after giving up her "useless" old coverage because it was too expensive and denied all her claims. A few weeks ago, knowing she could afford it, she went to the ER complaining about numbness in her fingers:
Where would I be without Obamacare? ER, 3 units of blood, multiple tests in the hospital and a 5-day inpatient stay without insurance? Probably dead.
I have to thank Obamacare for saving my life.
Bentzoni would have been treated in the ER regardless of her insurance status. Without insurance, though, she might not have gone. Or she might have waited too long. But on March 1, knowing that it wouldn't bankrupt her, she went in time to avoid the worst. And thanks to Obamacare, she can afford the ongoing care she'll need to treat her rare blood disorder.
This is from a piece at CNN highlighting five Obamacare success stories. More like this, please.