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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
I am tired of what is going on in D.C.
— Betty R, Grovetown

I'm marching because...
Insurance is getting unaffordable for so many people
— Anna K, Metamora

I'm marching because...
It's immoral to have health insurance profit based.
— Laura O, Penn Valley

I'm marching because...
I have a pre-existing condition and cannot receive insurance or assistance unitl I loose my home and every other asset I have.
— Steven B, Savannah

I'm marching because...
the current system serves the haves, not the have nots.
— Sarah G, Cockeysville

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

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

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

I'm marching because...
let the people be heard!
— Nancy S, Villa Park

I'm marching because...
if we can't receive medical care, how are we supposed to work and raise our families?
— Prudence R, Clarksville

I'm marching because...
My wife has breast cancer, and we are having trouble paying the bills
— Michael D, Madison

I'm marching because...
My 23-year old son can't afford health insurance.
— Ann M, Wayland

I'm marching because...
If not now, when! This is our time to revamp health care or we'll be waiting another two decades before we can try again. By then, health care will be a rare privelege enjoyed by only the wealthy.
— Kay A, Walsenburg

I'm marching because...
the people we elected don't seem to be listening to the majority of Americans!
— Julie R, New Richland

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...
We need a public option!
— Marguerite B, Altamonte Springs

I'm marching because...
Healthcare is a right not a privilege
— Eve G, Manhattan

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

I'm marching because...
Health care should not be a privilege. Medical expenses ought not to bankrupt families. The problem is not new. My father spent almost half his income for years to pay hospital bills when my little sister was born and needed intense medical attention for a day and a half. The insurance company found a way not to pay. This was in 1959. Something needs to change!
— Ronald H, Candler

I'm marching because...
A great nation deserves great health care-- for all its people.
— John G, New Haven

I'm marching because...
Healthcare is a basic human right. Healthcare not warfare.
— Julia D, Manhattan

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

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

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

I'm marching because...
My wife's health insurance is $977 a month. We can't pay it but we can't drop it.
— Francis K, Glendale

I'm marching because...
Congress has forgotten that they serve "We the People", not them the corperations.
— Brian H, Galena

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

I'm marching because...
healthcare should be a right not aprivaledge for only the wealthy
— Wendy T, Commerce Township

I'm marching because...
a compassionate nation takes care of its sick
— Eunju L, Brooklyn

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...
people are dying.
— Julia S, Larchmont

I'm marching because...
it is criminal that we do not have universal health coverage in this great country!
— Karen W, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
even with two income earners for a family of three, we can barely afford our mediocre insurance. The difficulty of finding reasonably priced health insurance for our healthy family is hindering us in starting our own business, improving our family's financial health, and thus paying more taxes. The U.S. health system is causing terrible economic inefficiency and social injustice.
— Tristra Y, Bloomington

I'm marching because...
we MUST have real healthcare reform, including public option, basically we need Medicare for all.
— Suzanne R, Milwaukee

I'm marching because...
I can !
— Pastor C, Norristown

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 to save the life of an American is just important
— Mitchell H, Sycamore

I'm marching because...
health insurance is becoming a greater and greater part of everyone's paychecks.
— Melissa S, Asbury Park

I'm marching because...
we'll go bankrupt without it
— Colleen D, Falls Church

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...
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...
The message still rings just as true as it did just a little over a year ago; "it is time for a change not more of th same". Americans deserve reformed health care now
— Cheryl S, Boynton Beach

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...
Everyone in this country needs affordable access to health care!
— 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...
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...
our current health care system is broken and doesn't meet the needs of the American people.
— Louise K, Zumbrota

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

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

I'm marching because...
because I have retiree healthcare and many of my friends & neighbors don't !
— John C, Warner

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