Being driven crazy by partial factoids represented as Obamacare? Here's an article that will provide a touch of relief.
Excerpt: Just look at the now-infamous CBS report about Florida resident Dianne Barrette who complained her premium under Obamacare would increased tenfold, from $54 a month to $591 a month. (She was quickly invited onto Fox News to tell her tale.) But a woman paying just $54 a month for health insurance didn't set off any red flags among editors at CBS News? Barrette's health plan — the best she could afford — was a barely-there "junk health insurance" policy that didn't cover hospitalization, ambulance service, or prescription drugs.
Left unsaid by CBS, as Holland reported, was the fact that under Obamacare Barrette qualified "for a bronze plan, which guarantees free preventive care and coverage for hospitalizations, for only $97 per month — one-sixth of that headline number that's making the rounds."