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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
Our economy's health depends on health insurance reform.
— Kim M, Englewood

I'm marching because...
Health care can't be held hostage by insurance companies any longer.
— Rebecca S, High Rolls Mountain Park

I'm marching because...
the present system enriches the insurance companies at the expense of the sick.
— Clare W, Decatur

I'm marching because...
its time to come together and make changes
— Janice C, Virginia Beach

I'm marching because...
the current system serves the haves, not the have nots.
— Sarah G, Cockeysville

I'm marching because...
We need real health care reform now
— Christopher Z, Dayton

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

I'm marching because...
We can't let special interests dictate whether people will live or die
— Roberta G, Mount Vernon

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

I'm marching because...
the cost of health care is OUTRAGEOUS!!! Americans are suffering...losing everything they have to pay for the overwhelming cost of health care! DO SOMETHING, PLEASE!!
— Tasha H, North Charleston

I'm marching because...
Heathcare should not be a priviledge
— Gregory S, Westhampton

I'm marching because...
we need to lift up our whole nation not just the rich
— Marilynn P, Shelter Island Heights

I'm marching because...
Real health care reform is essential for our future.
— Thomas F, Southampton

I'm marching because...
independent contractors can't afford to buy insurance
— Jan W, Phoenix

I'm marching because...
we need a public option and to repeal the health insurance industry’s exemption from federal antitrust laws.
— Susan G, Petaluma

I'm marching because...
health care is a big hole in our society and it needs to be filled in! Merrill
— Dianne H, Honeoye

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

I'm marching because...
Our congress people are no longer representing the needs of the American people.
— Robert F, Kirkland

I'm marching because...
health care is not an extra -- it is a basic need.
— Genevieve W, Aldie

I'm marching because...
huge profits and rate hikes don't go together.
— Kathryn D, Amherst

I'm marching because...
A public opition will lower health care coverage for EVERYONE!
— Bob J, Grand Blanc

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

I'm marching because...
We shouldn't call ourselves a free country without adequate, affordable healthcare for all--a springboard for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
— Ruth B, Kalamazoo

I'm marching because...
Why can't the American people have the same health insurance and health care as their elected representatives? Put yourselves in our place, and perhaps you will do the right thing!
— Katja M, East Otis

I'm marching because...
I believe in medicare for ALL. Healthcare for profit means more and bigger bonuses for CEOs, and dividends for stockholders. To continually make more profits, they need to deny healthcare--not provide it.
— Susan H, Daly City

I'm marching because...
A great nation deserves great health care-- for all its people.
— John G, New Haven

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

I'm marching because...
I have no healthcare today, & we need competitive rates with a public option
— John B, Chicago

I'm marching because...
Health care reform should be about people over profits. - Phil J. Barrera
— Phil B, Kent

I'm marching because...
We all need health care reform
— David B, Hull

I'm marching because...
Health care for profit is immoral.All people should expect care regardless of economic stature
— Robert B, Santa Fe

I'm marching because...
it's the right thing to do!
— Connie M, Orland Park

I'm marching because...
we need a REAL health reform i this country. We need to have a medicare like to our younger citizens, these are hard working people who are being continuously ignored. Pass a health care reform with a public option!
— Jasper L, Jackson

I'm marching because...
it's in America's interest to care for the basic needs of its citizens
— Joanne S, Shirley

I'm marching because...
I'm 37 and uninsured! We all deserve healthcare!
— Mary K, Henrico

I'm marching because...
I am one accident or illness away from destitution.
— Timothy P, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
we'll go bankrupt without it
— Colleen D, Falls Church

I'm marching because...
We need affordable health care for all
— Jeanne B, York

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

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

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

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

I'm marching because...
our current health care system is broken and doesn't meet the needs of the American people.
— Louise K, Zumbrota

I'm marching because...
I want health care for all americans. No one should be turned away or become destitute because they are sick.
— Dee M, Sequim

I'm marching because...
I can't afford heaalth care.
— Peter V, Eden Prairie

I'm marching because...
I believe in Health Care Reform NOW!
— Leila N, Germantown

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

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 should be a right, not a privilege.
— Lane B, Severn

I'm marching because...
Health care should be availble to all people. The insurance companies have taken control and regulations need to be put in place
— Cliff E, Phoenix

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