The hundreds of thousands of Americans who have lost health coverage due to Obama's socializing the healthcare industry have families at home who represent hundreds of thousand of more victims.
One of those is 7-year-old Hunter Alford.
Hunter was born with a rare form of cancer. He lost his healthcare coverage the moment ObamaCare went into effect.
Many of us recall the 2012 Democratic National Convention. They tried to put a face on ObamaCare. Her name? Sandra Fluke. To oppose ObamaCare, we were told, was to wage war on women who would be "denied access" to contraceptives.
Fluke has faded into obscurity. In her place the real face of ObamaCare is emerging. It is comprised of little Hunter Alford and hundreds of thousands with far more serious concerns than contraceptives.
Because of ObamaCare Hunter has been denied access to coverage for his cancer treatments.
Where is Obama?
Boy with cancer loses coverage after Obamacare launch
GARTH KANT / WND.com
WASHINGTON — Hunter Alford is the happy kid next door with a big grin who idolizes country music star Blake Shelton.
His parents call him a “wild, fun loving, zombie-killing boy who loves the military and police.”
He is normal in every way, except this 7-year-old already plays guitar and keyboards and has his heart set on learning to fiddle.
Something else sets Hunter apart.
He was born with a rare form of cancer and lost his health insurance just after Obamacare went into effect.
Americans were told the health-care law was designed to help children just like Hunter, born with a deadly pre-existing condition and little means to pay for expensive treatments.
The Affordable Care Act was not supposed to take away the insurance these most-vulnerable children already had and leave them utterly defenseless against a life-threatening disease.
Answers are hard to come by, but it looks like that’s what the president’s signature achievement has done in the small town of Gainesville, Texas.
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