Obama Cares: U.S. President Barack Obama Shows He Truly Cares by Catching Fainting Pregnant Woman in Time

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U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the Affordable Health Care Act in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, October 21, 2013.  Obama declared the glitches in the new healthcare website 'unacceptable' on Monday and outlined ways for consumers to sign up for insurance while his team scrambles to fix problems that have tainted the rollout of his signature healthcare law.    REUTERS/Jason Reed
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the Affordable Health Care Act in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, October 21, 2013. Obama declared the glitches in the new healthcare website 'unacceptable' on Monday and outlined ways for consumers to sign up for insurance while his team scrambles to fix problems that have tainted the rollout of his signature healthcare law. REUTERS/Jason Reed

U.S. President Barack Obama proves that Obamacare is truly serious about its goals to provide affordable health care for everyone in the U.S. He even demonstrated it by catching Karmel Allison, a fainting pregnant woman, in time. Obama really cares, after all! He cared enough to stop midway in his speech about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, to help out someone in need.

ASweetLife science editor Karmel Allison (the woman in red), who also has a blog called Where is My Robot Pancreas?, was invited at the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington D.C on Monday, Oct. 21, 2013 to witness U.S. President Barack Obama's speech about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare.

But, Karmel, who is pregnant, as well as diabetic, felt dizzy and almost fainted during the said speech. Luckily for her, President Obama and a man behind her have quick reflexes and managed to catch her before she fell flat on the floor.

President Obama was speaking about the ACA Web site getting fixed and how they fought hard to pass the health care law to help people who don't have health insurance, so that they can still get health care without falling into debt.

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about healthcare from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington October 21, 2013. Obama discussed glitches in a new healthcare website and outlined ways for consumers to sign up for insurance while his team scrambles to fix problems that have tainted the rollout of his signature healthcare law.  REUTERS/Jason Reed
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about healthcare from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington October 21, 2013. Obama discussed glitches in a new healthcare website and outlined ways for consumers to sign up for insurance while his team scrambles to fix problems that have tainted the rollout of his signature healthcare law. REUTERS/Jason Reed

"The website is going to get fixed and the law works. That's why we fought so hard to pass this law -- to save folks like John money; to give people who don't have health insurance the chance to get it for the first time; to lift from the American people the crushing burden of unaffordable health care; to free families from the pervasive fear that one illness..." said Obama.

Suddenly, Allison felt ill and appeared to faint.

REFILE - CORRECTING NAME OF WOMAN FAINTING U.S. President Barack Obama (2ndL) reaches out to help Affordable Care Act beneficiary Karmel Allison (C), who began to faint during the president's speech about healthcare from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington October 21, 2013. Obama discussed glitches in a new healthcare website and outlined ways for consumers to sign up for insurance while his team scrambles to fix problems that have tainted the rollout of his signature healthcare law.   REUTERS/Jason Reed
REFILE - CORRECTING NAME OF WOMAN FAINTING U.S. President Barack Obama (2ndL) reaches out to help Affordable Care Act beneficiary Karmel Allison (C), who began to faint during the president's speech about healthcare from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington October 21, 2013. Obama discussed glitches in a new healthcare website and outlined ways for consumers to sign up for insurance while his team scrambles to fix problems that have tainted the rollout of his signature healthcare law. REUTERS/Jason Reed

But Obama held on to her and said "There you go, you are ok. I'm right here. I got you. No, no -- you're okay."

"This happens when I talk too long." Obama added jokingly.

He then continued and finished his speech, promising to free families from their fear of losing everything just to be able to pay for their health care bills, should they get sick.

"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. That's what the Affordable Care Act is all about. That's its promise. And I intend to deliver on that promise." Obama finished.

Allison is okay now after the said incident.

She even tweeted Obama:

Other Twitter users also reacted on what happened to Allison, tweeting:

Allison wrote a blog post about Obamacare and how it affects her.

"I was floored by what I saw. I filled out the simple questionnaire on the website to see my options. They asked me about my age, my income, my family size. And that was it. No medical history.

 "Then I was presented with options. The same options my healthy-young-male husband sees. The same options every late-twenty-something sees."

"It's incredible. It's profoundly American, to feel like I have choices and the freedom to move." wrote Allison.

Read more on What Obamacare Feels Like to a Diabetic (click here)

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