Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Obama Helps Woman That Almost Fainted During HealthCare Speech

President Obama aids pregnant woman who felt ill and almost fainted during his HealthCare speech.

By H. Nelson Goodson
October 22, 2013

Washington, D.C. - On Monday, President Barack H. Obama spoke about his HealthCare bill that became law and how people can now start signing up in less than a minute. The glitches have been fixed and more people can enroll in the Healthcare dot gov web site.
He also talked about an 800 number that people can call for advice about their health plans.
"Our goal has always been to declare that in this country the security of health care is not a privilege for a fortunate few. It's a right for all to enjoy," Obama said.
While President Obama was speaking, a pregnant woman standing behind him began to get ill and almost fainted. Obama immediately turned around and helped the woman. An aid to Obama came over and took the woman out from the line she was standing to get medical attention.
Obama while helping the woman, then turns back around facing his audience and says, "that's what happens when I talk to much" and went on to finish his speech.
More than 500,000 Americans have enroll for health care coverage through ObamaCare, according to Obama.

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