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Why are we marching?

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 need health reform badly. The people of the U.S. of A deserve the same health coverage as members of Congress. Do something for the people instead of your selves. Forget the lies and name calling and get on the stick. Walter Taylor
— Walter T, Winter Park

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

I'm marching because...
America needs publicly administered health insurance
— Rob C, Ouray

I'm marching because...
Because I'm incensed that the criminal health insurers are destroying lives
— Patricia N, Brea

I'm marching because...
All Americans deserve guaranteed and affordable health care.
— Eve G, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
I watch my 88 year old mother struggle with prescription drug costs
— Christine S, Peabody

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...
35000 people die each year because they have no health insurance and cannot afford the care they need to save thier lives.
— Robert S, Reston

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...
everyone deserves affordable health care.
— Terri M, West Islip

I'm marching because...
I want every citizen in the United States of America to have access to basic health care. If our country can put a man on the moon, we can take care of our citizens!
— Nancy C, Corpus Christi

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

I'm marching because...
health care is the RIGHT of a civilized nation!
— Mikell H, Dunedin

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...
health care is a human right!
— Sue C, Petaluma

I'm marching because...
we need to take care of each other in this country.
— Timothy P, Manhattan

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...
Insurance companies have a monopoly on health care, we need competition to keep them honest. L. Catan, FL
— Lori C, Winter Springs

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

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...
We need Health Care!
— Judy P, Ormond Beach

I'm marching because...
my friend Jeff, recently diagnosed w/a heart disease, and w/o health insurance, has received inferior care. When he was able to secure some money the care picked up dramatically. This should not be the American way.
— Ann S, Grand Rapids

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...
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...
We need a public option
— Alice M, Saint Paul

I'm marching because...
paying $1500 a month for bad health insurance is killing me economically; HELP. United Health Care is the Devil Incarnate, profiting off of my illness and fear
— Susan S, Elm Grove

I'm marching because...
as a future physician, a public option is the best way for me to provide care to the community in which I work.
— Kate W, Port Jefferson

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves health care
— B, Gwynn Oak

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...
It is time that our representatives started representing us and what we want!
— Eric S, Tenafly

I'm marching because...
America needs the public option to rein in health insurance companies whose only concern is the bottom line.
— E, Carthage

I'm marching because...
i pay taxes and even if i don't have a job, should have access to reasonable healthcare rates!!!!!!
— B, Birmingham

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...
we need to take profit out of healthcare.
— Frederick O, Decatur

I'm marching because...
insurance profiteers must be stopped for the good of all!
— Robin O, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
we need health care reform
— Mike S, Greeenfield

I'm marching because...
Health care is a human right.
— Kat B, Boulder

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

I'm marching because...
healthcare should not be a for profit industry. Everyone has a right to quality, affordable healthcare
— Marilyn L, Florence

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

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

I'm marching because...
My representatives in Congress have not joined in to help the American people in Health reform.
— Luke D, Harrisonburg

I'm marching because...
we voted for change--and are still waiting to see it.
— Peter K, Brooklyn

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

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

I'm marching because...
Americans need health care, it will make us stronger and more productive. The politicians should learn from other countries that have adopted the health care of their citizens.
— Rosevelt C, Washington

I'm marching because...
we need to be healthy in order to be able to work, contribute, have relationships, love, raise our kids, take care of our elders, and BE HUMAN!
— Yocheved T, Manhattan

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

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