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Why are we marching?

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

I'm marching because...
we need reform
— William W, Live Oak

I'm marching because...
leaving health care in the US in its present for-profit status has only functioned to the protect the enormous profits of insurance companies.
— David D, Fayetteville

I'm marching because...
I'm self employed and have to choose between healthcare and keeping my business going...
— Brandee S, Seattle

I'm marching because...
My son was without health insurance for several years a serious illness could have put me in bankruptcy
— Thomas R, Hazlet

I'm marching because...
I'm all fired up and ready to go
— Mary A, Minneapolis

I'm marching because...
common sense dictates that a nation should first and foremost take care of its citizens. Other countries get that concept, why don't we? We need healthcare reform NOW!
— Jo H, Louisville

I'm marching because...
Health Care is for all.....not just the affluent and the Congress!
— Elizabeth P, Branford

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...
want to help provide health care for all and take the business end out of medicine
— Robert B, Rochester

I'm marching because...
individual policies cost so much and deliver so little!
— Robin O, Clarkston

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

I'm marching because...
it is the right thing to do!
— Sally F, New Canaan

I'm marching because...
The rising cost of Health Care is ridiculous in America today with the benefits constantly declining. Every American should have affordable Health Care with benefits that will cover their family.
— Mary S, Selma

I'm marching because...
Our system is broke and we need to fix it!
— Rob R, Minturn

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 want Congress to use reconciliation to enact health care reform in a truly democratic way. We need that reform now. It will help our economy in a big way.
— Virginia S, San Jose

I'm marching because...
Health care is not a commodity, it is a human right. -Benjamin R, Brooklyn
— Benjamin R, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
i am ashamed of this country and its obsession with profit over truly caring for its people
— Debby R, Medina

I'm marching because...
People are dying for lack of health insurance
— Grace S, San Francisco

I'm marching because...
Everyone should be able to have affordable health care .
— Anna L, Walkersville

I'm marching because...
We should all be able to have affordable health insurance.
— Karen M, Newark

I'm marching because...
Congress must act for their people, NOT company profit interests.
— William L, Cortez

I'm marching because...
of all my friends who don't go to the doctor when they're sick because they have no insurance.
— Justin R, Brooklyn

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

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...
my son has a pre-excisting condition. We need public option!
— Suzanne F, Charlestown

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

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...
I think it's time that mainstream America get's a break from astronomical healthcare cost, and also stand up against the Republicans !
— Keith M, San Mateo

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

I'm marching because...
So Sen. Harkin gets the message, Iowans need help with healthcare.
— Steven L, Mason City

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...
We have waited too long to have what the rest of the world has. We need this coverage NOW
— Sylvia F, Lebanon

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...
I want the public option
— Jenny D, Leverett

I'm marching because...
because I can and for those who can't
— Chuck T, Novi

I'm marching because...
health care should be a right, not a privilege.
— Lane B, Severn

I'm marching because...
sickness is not limited to those with money, and neither should good health.
— Mary P, Asheville

I'm marching because...
There is something wrong when our nation will spend billions on war, but not help it's citizens to have affordable healthcare.
— Susan K, Boston

I'm marching because...
We need to be a country that takes care of our own. It is pathetic that we ignore the health our own citizens. Decent, affordable healthcare should be a necessity.
— Jean F, Manhattan

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'm tired of living in fear about what my solo policy doesn't cover
— Robin O, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
Doing nothing is NOT an option.
— C, Bishop

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

I'm marching because...
we can't afford anything less then a plan WITH APUBLIC OPTION
— Pat S, Madison

I'm marching because...
I have too many friends who can't afford their medications. In a country as wealthy as ours, this is a crying shame.
— Amanda J, Providence

I'm marching because...
Healthcare is a human right that this country can and should provide to ALL
— Donald B, Brooklyn

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

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

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