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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
the current health care system of the United States is not sustainable.
— Tony T, Boston

I'm marching because...
I want Congress to use reconciliation to enact health care reform in a truly democratic way. We need that reform now. It will help our economy in a big way.
— Virginia S, San Jose

I'm marching because...
currently my partner lies in a hospital bed in ICU with no insurance. This bill is going to cost us 10s of 1000s of dollars when she wakes up!
— Terri F, Saint Louis

I'm marching because...
Victim of recission
— Janet Z, Culpeper

I'm marching because...
affordable comprehensive health care is not within the reach of most people on modest budgets
— Lynn L, Dallas

I'm marching because...
I'm ashamed that THOUSANDS of people are DYING each month in this country because they don't have health insurance!
— Stephen M, Minneapolis

I'm marching because...
We need a nation of healthy citizens. Health care for ALL
— Barbara D, Buffalo

I'm marching because...
it would be historic to pass this, and I could stop fighting with last year's insurance company because of non-payment. Kathy H., Indiana
— Kathleen H, West Lafayette

I'm marching because...
The US is the only industrialized country without it. It's about time we saw the light!
— Archan S, Beaver Dam

I'm marching because...
All Americans deserve guaranteed and affordable health care.
— Eve G, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
healthcare should be a right not aprivaledge for only the wealthy
— Wendy T, Commerce Township

I'm marching because...
It's time for our govt to work for people, not corporations. The Reps have no interest in this, so it's time to stop placating them.
— Michael A, San Diego

I'm marching because...
We desperately NEED health care reform!
— Lisa H, Kitty Hawk

I'm marching because...
We can't let the big corporations grab all the seats at the table. This is our government, isn't it?
— Orel P, Miller Place

I'm marching because...
it is the right thing to do!
— Steve S, Eureka

I'm marching because...
I can't get insurance and medical care for my crohns disease
— Pastor C, Norristown

I'm marching because...
I am marching for my uninsured friend who died of cancer.
— Timothy B, Livonia

I'm marching because...
Dems would be insane to give up after getting so close.
— Peter K, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
America needs a public option!
— Sarah G, Blue Jay

I'm marching because...
Congress has forgotten that they serve "We the People", not them the corperations.
— Brian H, Galena

I'm marching because...
I cant watch my friends be ill and get wore because they cannot afford to get the treatment they need.
— Brant K, Austin

I'm marching because...
There must be a public option.
— Bill B, Madison

I'm marching because...
It's not supposed to be about what Dems/Rep want, it's supposed to be about what "We the People" want!
— Morris V, Grand Rapids

I'm marching because...
it's the right thing to do.
— Lisa F, Columbus

I'm marching because...
I'm tired of seeing our country being run by corporations and greed. It's time to bring back "We the PEOPLE".
— Malinda B, Sandy

I'm marching because...
It is the most compassion thing we can do right now.
— J, Middleton

I'm marching because...
My chidren need healthcare
— Joan S, mamaroneck

I'm marching because...
It is the moral and financially responsible thing to do.
— Redginald H, Grants Pass

I'm marching because...
For a stronger American that came make tough choices.
— David F, Evanston

I'm marching because...
I lost my job due to a layoff, I'm unable to find work and I don't have health insurance.
— Tom S, Westfield

I'm marching because...
We need a STRONG public option in the health care reform bill.
— C, Deerfield Beach

I'm marching because...
I am self employed and my health care premiums are going up every year and my coverage is going down. I am scared of getting sick and having to go out of business.
— Loretta A, Reading

I'm marching because...
health care is a human right and the USA can do right by our people!
— G, Jackson Heights

I'm marching because...
Insurance companies shouldn't have more rights than the American people.
— Laura O, Penn Valley

I'm marching because...
I can barely afford health care as it is. Something needs to change. I really do sincerely wish the Republicans and Democrats would find common ground. Honestly I think you should start voting 1 vote/1 decision/bill and maybe we could have some changes.
— Rene P, Stow

I'm marching because...
no American should go without healthcare.
— Ben S, Tallahassee

I'm marching because...
we can't be ignored any longer!
— Janice W, Worcester

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves quality healthcare without going bankrupt in the process!
— Angele D, Alpharetta

I'm marching because...
I want every citizen in the United States of America to have access to basic health care. If our country can put a man on the moon, we can take care of our citizens!
— Nancy C, Corpus Christi

I'm marching because...
we need to remove, not replace, the hog - private health insurance - at the trough.
— Randy J, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
Stop playing games with the health & lives of the American people and pass a bill that provides for a public option. Fed-ex & UPS survive just fine with the U.S., postal service -- we can have a public option for health care and the private sector will do just fine.
— Steven G, Boston

I'm marching because...
It's immoral to allow some Americans to be uninsured.
— Catherine T, Plymouth

I'm marching because...
The working people in this country need healthcare reform. The costs are strangling people for those who already have health insurance and there are people who don't have health care who need it badly. It is a human right for health care.
— Anna M, McMinnville

I'm marching because...
On today on what would have been my sister's 58th Birthday,I can think of no better way to honor her memory
— Mary D, Kendall Park

I'm marching because...
We need to be a country that takes care of our own. It is pathetic that we ignore the health our own citizens. Decent, affordable healthcare should be a necessity.
— Jean F, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
we need to be healthy in order to be able to work, contribute, have relationships, love, raise our kids, take care of our elders, and BE HUMAN!
— Yocheved T, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
my young adult children can't afford health insurance, so are uninsured and delay seeking health care. My daughter's friend is dying from cancer because she can't afford treatment.
— Cyndi P, Clawson

I'm marching because...
we MUST have real healthcare reform, including public option, basically we need Medicare for all.
— Suzanne R, Milwaukee

I'm marching because...
A strong country cannot afford to dismiss the needs of ALL citizens.
— Sandra B, Philadelphia

I'm marching because...
With job loss comes healthcare coverage loss or dropped for inability to pay for it. PUBLIC OPTION NOW !!
— Steve G, Arlington

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