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Why are we marching?

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...
everyone deserves health care
— B, Gwynn Oak

I'm marching because...
I don't think Americans should have to choose between keeping their homes or taking care of themselves. You can't persue liberty or happiness if you are too sick to fight! Jenny S., FL
— Ann S, Lake Helen

I'm marching because...
This is the right thing to do!
— Philip S, Beachwood

I'm marching because...
Small Business needs real health care reform! The country needs a public option!
— Bruce F, Fond du Lac

I'm marching because...
I have seen too many good people and their families suffer from lack of health care because they were part time.
— William B, Williamsburg

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

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
— S, Elm Grove

I'm marching because...
We need a nation of healthy citizens. Health care for ALL
— Barbara D, Buffalo

I'm marching because...
America needs a public option!
— Sarah G, Blue Jay

I'm marching because...
I am sick of seeing people go without health care in this country. Congress, it's time to get this done.
— Hugh B, Bloomington

I'm marching because...
People shouldn't die for lack of health care
— Phyllis J, Lexington

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...
It's ridiculous that a first world country has so many of its citizens with no meaningful access to health care.
— Stuart S, Newton Highlands

I'm marching because...
halth care for everyone is way over due!
— andrew t, Franklin Lakes

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

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

I'm marching because...
Health care reform will lower the deficit eventually and save lives.
— Robert O, Columbia

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...
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 US is the only industrialized country without it. It's about time we saw the light!
— Archan S, Beaver Dam

I'm marching because...
people are our strongest asset and we need to take care of all of us!
— Meghan R, Kennebunk

I'm marching because...
This country is in need of a health care for all it people
— Delilah M, Houston

I'm marching because...
I know what is feels like to get substandard health care due to being underinsured!
— Carolyne B, Hood River

I'm marching because...
At least we can set the foundation for further reform down the road, but let's think big for a change!
— Seth R, Medfield

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

I'm marching because...
Why can't the American people have the same health insurance and health care as their elected representatives? Put yourselves in our place, and perhaps you will do the right thing!
— Katja M, East Otis

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 health care for everyone
— Elisabeth C, Kennett Square

I'm marching because...
everyone need to able to see a doctor before it's too late
— Marilyn B, Hilton Head Island

I'm marching because...
Other counties have healthier people with less cost --why can't we?
— Cherie H, Cary

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

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...
We cannot go on with this broken healthcare system any longer.
— Yvonne A, Valley Stream

I'm marching because...
millions of uninsured children need their leaders give them the promise of America.
— David J, Olympia

I'm marching because...
We, the people, need health care reform for the good of the nation.
— Julie C, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
When we adopted a for profit system we began to fail the people!
— Anita A, Sterling

I'm marching because...
people are dying.
— Julia S, Larchmont

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...
our daughter is suffering every day due to the lack of health care! PLEASE help her.
— Pat R, Owatonna

I'm marching because...
for the over 40,000 who die each year because they don't have access to affordable health care
— Sharon S, Pahoa

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

I'm marching because...
Health Care will become unaffordable if we do not do something now!!!
— Les W, Canton

I'm marching because...
my good friend Kelly has cancer and I don't want her to worry about going bankrupt anymore.
— Naomi R, Manhattan

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

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...
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

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