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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
We need healthcare reform in this country and it's time the Dems do something about this problem!! We also need the public option to keep insurance companies in line with their premiums , none of this 39% increases!!
— Richard W, Mascoutah

I'm marching because...
Health care should be availble to all people. The insurance companies have taken control and regulations need to be put in place
— Cliff E, Phoenix

I'm marching because...
it's the right thing to do!
— Connie M, Orland Park

I'm marching because...
every deserves health care they can afford.
— Holly L, Damascus

I'm marching because...
of all my friends who don't go to the doctor when they're sick because they have no insurance.
— Justin R, Brooklyn

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

I'm marching because...
I'm 57 years old and my cost for health care through my employer cost me $6000 per year for my wife and I. And it keeps going up every year
— Cheri D, Lansing

I'm marching because...
I'm a cancer survivor who's conducted my life for the last decade with the overriding purpose of keeping my health insurance.
— Steve S, Buffalo

I'm marching because...
I want the public option
— Jenny D, Amherst

I'm marching because...
We all need health care reform
— David B, Hull

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

I'm marching because...
of those who died or are dying from lack of or NO health care !
— Pastor C, Norristown

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

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...
We can't let special interests dictate whether people will live or die
— Roberta G, Mount Vernon

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

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...
YOU CAN'T PUT A PRICE ON LIFE !
— Pastor C, Norristown

I'm marching because...
We live and work outside the U.S. and may never be able to move back because of lack of health insurance.
— Janet L, Trabuco Canyon

I'm marching because...
Becasue health care is a right not a privalage
— Lori W, West Cornwall

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...
There is something wrong when our nation will spend billions on war, but not help it's citizens to have affordable healthcare.
— Susan K, Boston

I'm marching because...
My husband had a heart attack in 1996 that took us 9 years to pay off.
— Toni S, Lovell

I'm marching because...
I'm fed up with delays. Time to get this thing done.
— Kat B, Nederland

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...
corporations are running the government. We must return to a government of the people, for the people and by the people.
— Mike W, South Portland

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

I'm marching because...
Our country needs Universal health care!
— Mike C, Dulles

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 cant watch my friends be ill and get wore because they cannot afford to get the treatment they need.
— Brant K, Austin

I'm marching because...
Public Option must be passed
— Katherine L, Livonia

I'm marching because...
it's the right thing to do.
— Lisa F, Columbus

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...
A public opition will lower health care coverage for EVERYONE!
— Bob J, Grand Blanc

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...
I believe in healthcare for all. I support the public option
— Sara G, Memphis

I'm marching because...
the nation needs good healthcare access
— Susan S, Evergreen Park

I'm marching because...
it is the right thing to do!
— Steve S, Eureka

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

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...
heathcare is critical
— Anne W, Mc Clellanville

I'm marching because...
We've got to do it this time!!!
— Pat J, Towson

I'm marching because...
We need to stop the rising costs of health care! Its hurting the middle class, people need insurance without the risk of becoming bankrupt. We also need the Public option!
— Peter C, Williamstown

I'm marching because...
I own a small business and insuring my employees is very expensive!
— Althea M, Manhattan Beach

I'm marching because...
we need a public option and to repeal the health insurance industry’s exemption from federal antitrust laws.
— Susan G, Petaluma

I'm marching because...
We need a public option!
— Marguerite B, Altamonte Springs

I'm marching because...
our healthcare ranks 37th globally. We should be No. 1!
— Robin O, Clarkston

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...
All Americans deserve guaranteed and affordable health care.
— Eve G, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
we need to take profit out of healthcare.
— Frederick O, Decatur

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