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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
I am ashamed of my country. I might fly to Germany for free healthcare!
— Earl F, Santa Monica

I'm marching because...
sickness is not limited to those with money, and neither should good health.
— Mary P, Asheville

I'm marching because...
no one should die because they can't afford the needed health care.
— Glenda W, Cedar Rapids

I'm marching because...
affordable health care should be the right of all Americans.
— Naomi C, Gap Mills

I'm marching because...
The health of our citizens IS a national security issue. Good health care for every American is mandatory for personal and national success; anything less is immoral.
— Elizabeth S, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
My granddaughter has needed thousands of dollars in care since she was born. I don't want other parents to face the fear and hardships my son and his wife are going through.
— Lynne V, Traverse City

I'm marching because...
The working people in this country need healthcare reform. The costs are strangling people for those who already have health insurance and there are people who don't have health care who need it badly. It is a human right for health care.
— Anna M, McMinnville

I'm marching because...
I cannot afford to buy health insurance for me & my family in this great country we live in!
— Debora G, Madison

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

I'm marching because...
We need a public option
— Alice M, Saint Paul

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...
access to good health care in this country is limited to those over 65, those working for large employers and the healthy/wealthy.
— Ruth F, Atlanta

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

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

I'm marching because...
All members of Congress should go a year without health care and then I would like to see if they vote for health care reform.
— Marie C, Hudson

I'm marching because...
We need health care for everh American
— Vernon A, Jenks

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

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

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...
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...
I'm scared for my children and grandchildren's health
— Mary D, Sarasota

I'm marching because...
I can, and too many others can't. It's time for health care reform.
— Kat B, Boulder

I'm marching because...
I'm tired of Insurance Companies and other big business running my country!
— Megan P, Wilmington

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...
So Sen. Harkin gets the message, Iowans need help with healthcare.
— Steven L, Mason City

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...
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...
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...
Our system is broke and we need to fix it!
— Rob R, Minturn

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

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...
Becasue health care is a right not a privalage
— Lori W, West Cornwall

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

I'm marching because...
the time for change is NOW.
— Katharine C, Jefferson City

I'm marching because...
I am self employed and my health care premiums are going up every year and my coverage is going down. I am scared of getting sick and having to go out of business.
— Loretta A, Reading

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

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...
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 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...
I am tired of congress doing nothing
— Esther S, Eustis

I'm marching because...
On today on what would have been my sister's 58th Birthday,I can think of no better way to honor her memory
— Mary D, Kendall Park

I'm marching because...
health care providers are calling the shots -- not the doctors!
— Jan G, Dover

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...
Congress has failed to do the job they were hired to do. Marsha Z., Orlando
— Marsha Z, Orlando

I'm marching because...
i am ashamed of this country and its obsession with profit over truly caring for its people
— Debby R, Medina

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...
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...
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...
insurance profiteers must be stopped for the good of all!
— Robin O, Clarkston

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