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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
It's immoral to allow some Americans to be uninsured.
— Catherine T, Plymouth

I'm marching because...
Costs are out of control! Everyone one should be covered. We need an affordable "public Option" for those of us that can't afford private plans.
— Brian G, Millbury

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...
no one should lose everything because they get sick
— Pat S, Madison

I'm marching because...
I'm tired of seeing our country being run by corporations and greed. It's time to bring back "We the PEOPLE".
— Malinda B, Sandy

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...
everyone needs Health Care. I have it now but who knows what tomorrow will bring. Debbie Roach Forestville CA
— Debbie R, Forestville

I'm marching because...
health care is a human right - not a right for the rich. Too many people die for no other reason than they are poor. This should NOT happen in the USA.
— Jean A, Barrington

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...
Health care can't be held hostage by insurance companies any longer.
— Rebecca S, High Rolls Mountain Park

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...
the time for change is NOW.
— Katharine C, Jefferson City

I'm marching because...
Health care is basic human right and should be available to everyone via a public option or universal coverage
— Peter S, Hampstead

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...
I'm fed up with increasing premiums and decreasing coverage
— Greg M, Lynnwood

I'm marching because...
The insurance companies shuld not profit from anyone's misery
— Linda B, Cranberry Township

I'm marching because...
health care is central to our nation's economic and ethical life!
— Trudi T, White Bear Lake

I'm marching because...
This issue effects every single american!
— Keren G, Montpelier

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

I'm marching because...
Our congress people are no longer representing the needs of the American people.
— Robert F, Kirkland

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...
human life should always be more important than money!!
— Leesa B, Kissimmee

I'm marching because...
A public opition will lower health care coverage for EVERYONE!
— Bob J, Grand Blanc

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

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

I'm marching because...
healthcare is a basic human right
— Linda K, Hudson

I'm marching because...
A strong country cannot afford to dismiss the needs of ALL citizens.
— Sandra B, Philadelphia

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

I'm marching because...
I want to reduce the cost of healthcare while making our society more equitable.
— Lewis W, Media

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

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...
everyone deserves fair health care
— Joanna M, Winchester

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...
Just because I have healthcare doesn't mean I shouldn't watch our for others -
— Mary A, Minneapolis

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

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

I'm marching because...
because I'm furious about idiotic statements like "we will not tolerate government-run healthcare that will lead to cuts in Medicare"
— Tom F, Charlestown

I'm marching because...
healthcare is a moral imperative for this nation
— Thomas M, Glendale

I'm marching because...
Health Care is a human right.
— Connor C, Lynn

I'm marching because...
Health Insurance rising costs are increasingly killing our economy. Things will be worse if we do not act now.
— , East Falmouth

I'm marching because...
my kids and my granddaughter deserve health care for their lifetimes.
— Kathleen D, Northfield

I'm marching because...
Without the Public Option, this is all just another big give away to corporate America and their amoral, unquenchable greed
— Frank L, Somerville

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...
People are dying for lack of health insurance
— Grace S, San Francisco

I'm marching because...
its time to come together and make changes
— Janice C, Virginia Beach

I'm marching because...
I can't afford health care in the current system
— Alison W, Oakland

I'm marching because...
The health delivery system in this country is completely broken and needs fixing.
— Ann M, Wayland

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...
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

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