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Why are we marching?

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

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

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...
I am a small business owner. Two years ago, my health insurance bill for my employees went up 20%. This past year, it went up 40%. Before too long, I will not be able to afford health insurance for my employees. Please, please, please work across the aisle to create a solution for health care for the nation. We're tired of watching the party politics in Washington, and we want some action!!
— Jean S, Lawrence

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...
I am just tired of seeing insurance execs making such excessive salaries, bonuses, whatever on the life and death decisions they should never have been given the power to make. That decision should have always been up to the medical professionals and the patient!
— Marilyn T, Overton

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...
how can anyone pursue life, liberty and happiness without being healthy? It's a right!
— John C, Stafford

I'm marching because...
No one should go bankrupt over health care costs!
— Miguel T, Arlington

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

I'm marching because...
Congress is not doing its job.....
— Don M, Oak Bluffs

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 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...
The private sector does a lousy job of insuring our national health. Conservatives are the true radicals, bleeding our country for the gain of a few, to the detriment of many.
— Orel P, Miller Place

I'm marching because...
It's time for our govt to work for people, not corporations. The Reps have no interest in this, so it's time to stop placating them.
— Michael A, San Diego

I'm marching because...
my 31 year old son has no health care coverage and with a preexisitng condition is not able to get coverage. We are paying his medical expenses out of pocket and will not be able to afford to do so much longer.
— Sharon A, Holland

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

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

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

I'm marching because...
Im sick of people not having health Ins.
— Rosemary N, Blackwood

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...
for the health of my neighbors and for this country's future
— Jeanette W, El Paso

I'm marching because...
We need a health care bill now
— Dennis G, Cincinnati

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

I'm marching because...
people with pre-existing health issues deserve health care, too!
— Kathy J, Dallas

I'm marching because...
healthcare in this country is far from healthy!
— Joan P, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
we need the government to step in and help us.
— Jill S, Peyton

I'm marching because...
the people we elect no longer represent our voice in the healthcare debate
— Suzan S, Hamden

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

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

I'm marching because...
my young adult children can't afford health insurance, so are uninsured and delay seeking health care. My daughter's friend is dying from cancer because she can't afford treatment.
— Cyndi P, Clawson

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...
Our system is broke and we need to fix it!
— Rob R, Minturn

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

I'm marching because...
lose your job--lose your healthcare. that's not right.
— Rhonda S, Corvallis

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

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

I'm marching because...
we need health care reform
— Claudia B, Cuddebackville

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...
too many people are dying because they can't access care. We as citizens have the right to access medical care!
— Margaret J, Sparta

I'm marching because...
I'm tired of Insurance Companies and other big business running my country!
— Megan P, Wilmington

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...
every deserves health care they can afford.
— Holly L, Damascus

I'm marching because...
Because even with insurance we can't afford proper medical care for ourselves or worse - our children.
— Sue S, Brandon

I'm marching because...
We all deserve affordable healthcare, it is a human right!
— Cynthia C, North Bergen

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...
People are needlessly dying.
— Rhonda F, Woodland Hills

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

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