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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
I cannot afford COBRA premiums, I'm desperately in need of health care reform
— Karen H, Alexandria

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...
I'm marching because Congress needs to stand up and do rhe right thing for the people who elected them. Who in this country does not need healthcare? Senators? Our congressional representatives? Government workers? Governors? Come on. Do the stand up thing and vote for a comprehensive health care plan.
— Margie S, Tucson

I'm marching because...
we need health care for everyone
— Elisabeth C, Kennett Square

I'm marching because...
health care is a human right!
— Sue C, Petaluma

I'm marching because...
I am uninsured, my sister is spending almost $1000 a month for coverage she is afrai to use!
— Leslie H, Campobello

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

I'm marching because...
We need to stop the rising costs of health care! Its hurting the middle class, people need insurance without the risk of becoming bankrupt. We also need the Public option!
— Peter C, Williamstown

I'm marching because...
The health of our citizens IS a national security issue. Good health care for every American is mandatory for personal and national success; anything less is immoral.
— Elizabeth S, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
I am not a bottom line!!
— Megan P, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
Im sick of people not having health Ins.
— Rosemary N, Blackwood

I'm marching because...
It is more expensive not to have national health care.
— Daniel M, Quincy

I'm marching because...
Health care should not be a privilege. Medical expenses ought not to bankrupt families. The problem is not new. My father spent almost half his income for years to pay hospital bills when my little sister was born and needed intense medical attention for a day and a half. The insurance company found a way not to pay. This was in 1959. Something needs to change!
— Ronald H, Candler

I'm marching because...
Health Care is a human right.
— Connor C, Lynn

I'm marching because...
it seems to me that if all citizens have the right to vote, all citizens should also have the right to competent & affordable healthcare. Though I believe the public option would be the best option, any option that guarantees more Americans access to quality healthcare is step in the right direction.
— Emily H, Kingston

I'm marching because...
Everyone needs health care.
— Kay M, Savannah

I'm marching because...
I look forward to speaking with "regular" folks hoping we can get these Congressmen out of office that won't watch out for the "little people"!
— Chet Z, Bensalem

I'm marching because...
because just saying "we have the best healthcare in the world" does not make it true
— Tom F, Charlestown

I'm marching because...
Democrats are not quitters.
— Loretta A, Reading

I'm marching because...
It's ridiculous that a first world country has so many of its citizens with no meaningful access to health care.
— Stuart S, Newton Highlands

I'm marching because...
Healthcare reform with a public option is the right thing to do.
— Richard M, Ormond Beach

I'm marching because...
paying $1500 a month for bad health insurance is killing me economically; HELP. United Health Care is the Devil Incarnate, profiting off of my illness and fear
— Susan S, Elm Grove

I'm marching because...
even those who are employed and have health care need help.
— Jen W, Dublin

I'm marching because...
We know souless corporations make decisions based on the bottom line---not morals. We need to do the right thing--we need a not-for-profit health insurance option.
— Lori C, Winter Springs

I'm marching because...
we need positive reform...change
— John R, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
The alternative to reform is not acceptable
— Mark F, Longmeadow

I'm marching because...
The working person needs insurance and can't afford it
— Pamela C, cobleskill

I'm marching because...
Health is for everyone not just the rich
— Frieda D, Augusta

I'm marching because...
It's now or never.
— Sue E, Oakland

I'm marching because...
it is our nation's responsibility to give its people hope. Hope cannot begin without good health.
— Jacob B, Baltimore

I'm marching because...
My husband is a general contractor who cannot afford insurance and I pray everyday for his safety as he walks out the door for work!
— Don C, Los Angeles

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

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

I'm marching because...
insurance profiteers must be stopped for the good of all!
— Robin O, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
The people we elected are not hearing us!
— Merilee C, Seattle

I'm marching because...
we need health care reform now!
— Phyllis S, Nashville

I'm marching because...
It's time for us to take care of ourselves. Heath care isn't an entitlement, it's a responsibility that we have to ourselves and our fellow Americans. Our politicians need to pull together, and join together, to reflect and achieve what's best for the common good. Now is the time.
— G, Wilton

I'm marching because...
In a country as great as ours, every citizen should have access to affordable health care!
— Kelly D, Phoenix

I'm marching because...
too many people are dying because they can't access care. We as citizens have the right to access medical care!
— Margaret J, Sparta

I'm marching because...
This issue effects every single american!
— Keren G, Montpelier

I'm marching because...
because I am sick of inaction and obstruction.
— Susan S, Astoria

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

I'm marching because...
Because even with insurance we can't afford proper medical care for ourselves or worse - our children.
— Sue S, Brandon

I'm marching because...
when we were young marrieds and had inadequate health care, the complications in the birth of our first child nearly bankrupted us. It is ludicrous to think people should not only be ill but destitute because of it in a country with this much wealth. We need a public option, we need reform. Health reform is a smart move financially for our country, to keep people healthy and productive. Let's just do this thing already!
— Kathryn M, Wenham

I'm marching because...
it's time to think of someone more than ourselves
— Reba B, Matthews

I'm marching because...
heathcare is critical
— Anne W, Mc Clellanville

I'm marching because...
It's immoral to have health insurance profit based.
— Laura O, Penn Valley

I'm marching because...
Our country needs Universal health care!
— Mike C, Dulles

I'm marching because...
people are dying.
— Julia S, Larchmont

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