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Why are we marching?

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

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...
our healthcare ranks 37th globally. We should be No. 1!
— Robin O, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
we voted for change--and are still waiting to see it.
— Peter K, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
health care is a #1 priority
— Mary W, Cleveland

I'm marching because...
healthcare is a basic human right
— Linda K, Hudson

I'm marching because...
this improvement is long overdue! I want to give hope to the suffering citizens of this country.
— Edi J, Clearwater

I'm marching because...
it is time for us to ensure all Americans have the availability to affordable healthcare..
— Henry Y, Loxahatchee

I'm marching because...
we've fought too long and hard to give up or scale back now.
— Ilya S, Brooklyn

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...
We should all be able to have affordable health insurance.
— Karen M, Newark

I'm marching because...
my good friend Kelly has cancer and I don't want her to worry about going bankrupt anymore.
— Naomi R, Manhattan

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

I'm marching because...
Healthcare is important to everyone
— Janice W, Worcester

I'm marching because...
Everyone needs affordable Health Care!!!!
— Jessye F, Detroit

I'm marching because...
everyone has the right to have good health care at an affordable price.
— Janet E, Little Falls

I'm marching because...
I still have hope.
— Caroline M, Holden

I'm marching because...
Everyone in this country needs affordable access to health care!
— Ann M, Wayland

I'm marching because...
I just got my bill for physical therapy. $300 AN HOUR...with insurance????
— D, Abingdon

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...
My family can barely afford health care insurance. We are about to be one of the casualties of sky-rocketing costs.
— Sil R, Accord

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves a health care plan as good as what our elected officals have.
— Judy M, Geneva

I'm marching because...
We live and work outside the U.S. and may never be able to move back because of lack of health insurance.
— Janet L, Trabuco Canyon

I'm marching because...
too many people in the USA do not have healthcare.
— Dianne H, Honeoye

I'm marching because...
Every American deserves health care
— John M, Littleton

I'm marching because...
making & keeping people healthy should be the top priority.
— Laura F, Hope

I'm marching because...
The power of the health care companies to raise premiums, co-pays, deductibles to suit themselves has got to be stopped!!!!!
— Susan D, Huntington

I'm marching because...
Every American Citizen deserves to have affordable health care - we're counting on you to do all that you can to make this happen!
— Christine A, Minneapolis

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves health care!!! Its a basic human right!!
— Gabriel S, Oakwood

I'm marching because...
America must have Heath care for all
— Janet W, Langley

I'm marching because...
there needs to be affordable health care, especially when employed by a small business.
— Todd D, Charlotte

I'm marching because...
We need to come up to the standards of the other major countires. Our health care system is very bad and getting worse
— Mavis S, Miami

I'm marching because...
I had a medical emergency that frightened me with the potential costs.
— Emily D, Plattsburgh

I'm marching because...
Healthcare is too important to be left as a political football. Play the game on another field.
— Leslie C, Manhattan

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

I'm marching because...
we need our Country to have Healthy Citizens. No American should go without Health Care and our Country's economy should not be held hostage by the monopoly of the Health Care Industry. How can we be the World Leader of the future if we continue to care so little about our people.
— Lula C, Prescott

I'm marching because...
access to good health care in this country is limited to those over 65, those working for large employers and the healthy/wealthy.
— Ruth F, Atlanta

I'm marching because...
Costs are out of control! Everyone one should be covered. We need an affordable "public Option" for those of us that can't afford private plans.
— Brian G, Millbury

I'm marching because...
my kids and my granddaughter deserve health care for their lifetimes.
— Kathleen D, Northfield

I'm marching because...
People shouldn't die for lack of health care
— Phyllis J, Lexington

I'm marching because...
Affordable health care is a moral obligation of any civilized society.
— Donald G, Woodinville

I'm marching because...
I have many health problems and need a lot medical care.
— Julie U, Lawrence

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...
because we have a son with a pre-existing condition who cannot move to a new job
— Tom F, Charlestown

I'm marching because...
AMerican should not be financially ruined because of a health care crisis in their family. The negative financial effects of a health care crisis in families that are un- or underinsured impacts the entitre economy.
— Ruth S, Oakland

I'm marching because...
I am sick of politicians (who have guaranteed premium health care) playing ball with such an important issue for ALL Americans!!!
— Robert S, Kingston

I'm marching because...
we all deserve affordable health care
— John L, Puyallup

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...
No one should go bankrupt over health care costs!
— Miguel T, Arlington

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

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