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Why are we marching?

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

I'm marching because...
We need healthcare reform in this country and it's time the Dems do something about this problem!! We also need the public option to keep insurance companies in line with their premiums , none of this 39% increases!!
— Richard W, Mascoutah

I'm marching because...
We need to stop republicans from destroying the world
— Eric B, New Market

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...
Healthcare is a basic human right. Healthcare not warfare.
— Julia D, Manhattan

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

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

I'm marching because...
Because we don't let the private sector suppy our police and fire services. Health care is no different!
— Laurie H, Mesa

I'm marching because...
Becasue health care is a right not a privalage
— Lori W, West Cornwall

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...
everyone needs health care not just the affluent
— Marsha S, Manassas

I'm marching because...
No one should be sick because they are poor.
— Aaron R, Carrollton

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

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

I'm marching because...
Healthcare needs to be affordable for all.
— Shirley F, Fort Worth

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

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

I'm marching because...
I have two sons with jobs who have no insurance! I worry every day that something will happen. As a nurse I know that the simplest hospital procedure will leave them in debt forever. How dare you kneel down again and again to the power of the insurance lobby! I am furious and I WANT A PUBLIC OPTION NOW! Shame on the selfish lot of you.
— Valerie D, Franklin

I'm marching because...
If not now, when?!
— Pat R, Owatonna

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

I'm marching because...
30% overhead on the cost of health care is a bad makework project.
— Stephen B, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
health care is our right as Americans and we will not pay with our lives for insurance and pharmecutical companies to get rich.
— Emily R, New Bedford

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

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

I'm marching because...
I don't think Americans should have to choose between keeping their homes or taking care of themselves. You can't persue liberty or happiness if you are too sick to fight! Jenny S., FL
— Ann S, Lake Helen

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...
we need a system that doesn't discourage people from changing jobs or starting their own companies. Young people especially need to be encouraged to make decisions based on their skills and dreams, not just make the safest choice. Without real health care reform, this country cannot continue to lead in innovation and technology.
— Susan A, Clarkston

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...
We need real health care reform now
— Christopher Z, Dayton

I'm marching because...
no one should die because they can't afford the needed health care.
— Glenda W, Cedar Rapids

I'm marching because...
I can afford the best health care coverage. Many others can't. This is not right.
— Douglas M, Plymouth

I'm marching because...
My own daughter is uninsureable due to previous illness. She is 30 and has 2 young children.
— Patricia B, Grand Rapids

I'm marching because...
I'm tired of the inaction. The pols know what the voters want and it is not what the Insurance CEOs want.
— Roger M, Fort Lauderdale

I'm marching because...
Health Care for all Americans is the right thing . No american should die for lack of Health Care. Public Option Now.
— Steven A, Mountain View

I'm marching because...
We have to show our strength and resolve for the solution to this blockade to progress.
— Barbara H, Jacksonville

I'm marching because...
We need to be a nation that lifts people up, not a nation who punishes those in less fortunate circumstances.
— Laura E, Ashland

I'm marching because...
I am tired of hearing "Americans don't wannt health care reform."
— Kim S, Ormond Beach

I'm marching because...
my family deserves better health care!
— Maria H, Miami

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves fair health care
— Joanna M, Winchester

I'm marching because...
our healthcare ranks 37th globally. We should be No. 1!
— Robin O, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
so people don't have to die.
— Aaron R, Carrollton

I'm marching because...
the time is NOW!
— Holly B, Santa Fe

I'm marching because...
I want to have health care. My son is currently uninsured. This is risky. We pay $900 a month out of pocket for our 2nd rate health insurance and pray nothing will happen.
— Susan T, Ayer

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...
we ALL need health care, NOW! not the elite who can afford it!
— Andrea G, Bronxville

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'm fed up with delays. Time to get this thing done.
— Kat B, Nederland

I'm marching because...
I am marching because I know the public option works, I have used socialized medicine in six other countries, quite simply IT WORKS. llcox, ellicott city, MD
— Laura C, Ellicott City

I'm marching because...
healthcare for all is a right, not a luxury. Its time to show we care about all our citzens.
— David S, Boston

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