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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
Other counties have healthier people with less cost --why can't we?
— Cherie H, Cary

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

I'm marching because...
I need affordable healthcare, or healthcare at all!
— Jennifer G, Flagstaff

I'm marching because...
the power of the people has long needed to be established once again.
— Joseph P, Denton

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...
Our country needs Universal health care!
— Mike C, Dulles

I'm marching because...
for our son, who is unemployed, and has no health insurance
— Peter S, Rio Rancho

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...
We, the people, need health care reform for the good of the nation.
— Julie C, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
We have a moral obligation to offer medical insurance to all Americans.
— Anne W, Ramsey

I'm marching because...
It is inexcusable that 30 million plus people in the wealthiest nation in the world do not have health insurance.
— Marianne F, Kirkland

I'm marching because...
life choices shouldn't be dictated by an insurance company
— Carmen L, Laurinburg

I'm marching because...
I have wonderful healthcare and so should everybody else.
— Matt O, Washington

I'm marching because...
Costs increased 11% (just this year)
— Janet Z, Culpeper

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...
Not another life should be lost because of lack of health care.
— Mary E, West Haven

I'm marching because...
45,000 people die each year because they don't have insurance.
— Peter K, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
It's shameful that America can't provide decent affordable healthcare for all its citizens like most other industrialized countries.
— Lynne F, Fairlee

I'm marching because...
I'm 50 years old and I want solid affordable coverage that is guaranteed and backed by our public officials throughout my lifetime
— Robert M, Jacksonville

I'm marching because...
I want to live in a country that reflects my belief that we should help one another.
— Stacie D, Chicago

I'm marching because...
we need to take profit out of healthcare.
— Frederick O, Decatur

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

I'm marching because...
Insurance is getting unaffordable for so many people
— Anna K, Metamora

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

I'm marching because...
our daughter has had diabetes for 34 years and can't pay for the high risk health care without going broke.
— Linda R, Muskego

I'm marching because...
Reform reform reform!!!
— Allegra O, Boston

I'm marching because...
Healthcare is a right not a privilege
— Eve G, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
compassion for one's fellow man, woman and child is the bedrock of a healthy and enduring society.--Ciel M-C. Bloomsburg
— Cindy M, Bloomsburg

I'm marching because...
I can !
— Pastor C, Norristown

I'm marching because...
I can't afford not to!
— Marla K, Littleton

I'm marching because...
Because it's time for out elected officials to stop posturing while people are dying! Available, affordable health care is a human right!
— Josette K, Andover

I'm marching because...
We all need health care! It is absurd what is going on!
— Denise H, Napa

I'm marching because...
for single moms who can't afford to buy Insurance for themselves!!
— Kelly M, Sullivan

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

I'm marching because...
This has been essential since Roosevelt was in office--health care is not a rare event risk/need thus is inappropriate to be based on a conventional insurance model.
— A, Rescue

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

I'm marching because...
because change is more than a word.
— Whilemina E, Auburn Hills

I'm marching because...
Why can 46 million Americans not go to the doctor or hospital?
— Leon B, Durham

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

I'm marching because...
I think everyone should have an option similar to mine: Medicare for all!
— Robert G, Springville

I'm marching because...
We are the working poor and half of my 8 family members are uninsured.
— Karen C, New Paltz

I'm marching because...
I pay $16500 a year for my wife and me... and it goes up every year, and the benefits are cut every year.
— Katja M, East Otis

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

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

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...
We all need health care reform
— David B, Hull

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

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

I'm marching because...
we really need health care reform!
— Linda B, Los Osos

I'm marching because...
It is simply the right thing to do. It is compassionate. It is just.
— Burnell Y, Philadelphia

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