LOL! I don't think people are aware that this was a recent answer that Willard gave in an interview.
The answer to the question is absolutely not. Emergency care is prohibitively expensive as a method of primary care. And because many of the people who have to use emergency care in this fashion are unable to afford to pay, the costs end up being passed on to either taxpayers or individuals with coverage in the form of higher premuims.
Also, the it is best to have preventative care, which is far less expensive in the long run as many serious health issues can be addressed far earlier, and henceforth much cheaper than waiting until it is time to go to the emergency room.
Of course, individuals who are against Obamacare are unaware that they have been paying to cover the uninsured for decades now.